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Oak Street (Chicago)


Oak Street (Chicago)

Oak Street
(Augusta Boulevard)
1000 North
Location Chicago
From 134 East
To 648 West

Oak Street is a short street in Chicago's Gold Coast neighborhood. It is notable for its numerous luxury goods shops, upscale spas, restaurants,and residences.


  • Location 1
  • Points of interest 2
  • Brands 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Oak Street is in Chicago's Gold Coast. It runs from 138 East to 648 West in the Near North Side. It ends without crossing the North Branch of the Chicago River. West of the river, the street changes to Augusta Boulevard. Its eastern end is Michigan Avenue. At this intersection Oak Street becomes East Lake Shore Drive. Two blocks east of this end are famed North Lake Shore Drive, Lakefront Trail, and Oak Street Beach.

Points of interest

Oak Street is Chicago's most prestigious shopping street. Oak Street has a mix of international couture houses, American luxury brands, and local boutiques, and is in close proximity to famed Michigan Avenue and Rush Street.

Oak Street has continued to expand in recent years as international brands have chosen this street over Michigan Avenue, although it is perceived as an extension, if not part, of the retail spaces, with new construction mirroring the existing aesthetics of the neighborhood.


These Graff Diamonds, Hermès, Harry Winston, Ike Behar, Jack Spade, Jil Sander, Jimmy Choo, Kate Spade, Lanvin, Dolce & Gabbana, Loro Piana, sister brands Maje and Sandro, Moncler, Marc Jacobs, Oliver Peoples, Paul Stuart, Piazza Sempione, Prada, Rebecca Minkoff, Saint Laurent, Sararose, Scoop, Ted Baker, Tod's, Tory Burch, Van Cleef and Arpels, VINCE., Vera Wang, Tom Ford, Zadig & Voltaire, Buccellati, and Wolford. Christian Dior and Versace are slated to open flagship boutiques right off of Oak in early 2016. [2]

See also


  1. ^ fashion and accessories accessed 8/12/2014
  2. ^ [1]

External links

  • Oak Street Chicago
  • Official City of Chicago Near North Side Community Map

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