four people cheers on a roof top patio overlooking Chicago


The 78 will reflect the best of the neighborhoods that surround us.

In the future we imagine neighbors from South Loop, Chinatown, Bronzeville, Bridgeport, Little Italy and Pilsen will meet here to discover what's waiting at the River's edge. And for those who live and work here The 78 will become a stepping off point for them to explore these exceptional areas of the city.

Get to know our neighbors.

the 78 neighborhood map


Our neighbor to the south, Chinatown is rich with history, tradition and delicious cuisine.


From music to murals to mouthwatering hangouts, Pilsen is ranked one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world.

National Museum of Mexican Art
A hand holds up two snow cones

Little Italy

Explore UIC, shop book stores & boutiques in University Village, and enjoy the most authentic Italian on Taylor Street.


Historic landmarks. Lively events. A rich history. Bronzeville is a center of African-American culture in Chicago.

bench with Bronzeville word cut out of seat
people lay on green grass beside statue

South Loop

Get lost in South Loop — from the Museum Campus to the jazz clubs to the sandy shores of Lake Michigan, America’s Greatest Lake.


Known for its small restaurants and parks (and the Chicago White Sox), Bridgeport is a favorite of young families.

two women walk beside train at white sox station