Bank of America Theatre: Parking Info

The Bank of America is home to some of the best Broadway theater to come through Chicago. From Book of Mormon to Wicked and Evita, this theater has seen everything from pre-Broadway productions to world premieres. Although it has changed its name over the years, being called the Majestic Theater, the Shubert Theatre, the LaSalle Bank Theatre, and finally the Bank of America Theatre in 2008, it has remained a landmark in downtown Chicago.

The theatre subsides in the heart of the Loop area of downtown Chicago and to properly plan a day or night at the theater you must be prepared ahead of time! If you’re dining before the show, make a reservation at a restaurant and let them know you’re headed to the theater to ensure you’re on time.

Bank of America Theatre Parking

The Loop area is well known for being a difficult place to find parking. Book your spot ahead of time using ParkWhiz.com so you know exactly where you’ll be parking PLUS you’re guaranteed a spot within your chosen garage or lot!  Not to mention, the less time you spend circling blocks upon blocks looking for a parking spot, the earlier you can get settled in your seat and ready for the show!  Take a look at the available parking lots around the Bank of America Theatre below and enjoy the show!

Bank of america Theatre parking

North Avenue Beach

Probably the most popular of Chicago beaches thanks to it’s large size, central location and the ever popular Castaways, North Avenue Beach is always the place to be come summer. Great for people watching and it’s unbelievable views; residents, suburbanites and tourists alike flock to the sand and sun of this beautiful beach.

Offering up a variety of recreational activities brings in large numbers of people to the beach every sunny day of the season. This influx can make what was already a tough area to find parking in, even harder.

Things To Do At North Ave Beach

 

North Avenue Beach Parking

Check out some monthly parking options around North Avenue Beach, or any of Chicago’s other beaches and keep your summer stress-free.

North Avenue Beach Parking

 

 

Oak Street Beach

Oak Street Beach is a hot spot for summer gathering with the backdrop of Lake Michigan’s glistening beauty and framed by the majestic skyscrapers of downtown Chicago. One of our smaller beaches and located in a highly-populated, highly- trafficked area, makes a pre-arranged parking space essential if you work or live near this beach.

Oak Street Beach Monthly Parking

Peruse these monthly parking options currently available near Oak Street or any of Chicago’s beaches. You can also get a bit more specific in your search by linking here and typing in the address that you’re looking to find a parking spot near. A number of possibilities will pop up, helping you find the best options to choose from. Pick the spot that works best for you, click on it, and start parking right away. It’s that easy!

With a range of parking options around Oak Street Beach – including private residence garages, parking garages, or open lot parking – you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect monthly parking space.
 

Oak Street Beach Parking

Montrose Beach Parking

Chicago’s premier dog beach (don’t worry non-dog owners, there is also a “strictly human” section of the beach as well), Montrose Beach is definitely on your pup’s “Favorite Things To Do” list.

South of the recreational beach, Montrose also boasts a natural area that attracts many migratory birds during the fall and spring seasons. A serene dune area hosts a rare “panne” habitat — a flat, wet and open sandy area — for birds. Endangered plant life thrives at this location and is open for people to wander through. If you dig nature, it’s pretty cool stuff.

Parking is available starting at $99 a month near Montrose Beach. Check out some of the other monthly parking options in the area, or around any of Chicago’s beaches, and keep your summer parking-stress-free.

montrose beach parking

Wrigleyville Parking

Home to the Chicago Cubs, Wrigleyville is a historic Chicago neighborhood saturated in sports tradition, bars as far as the eye can see, and over 3 million baseball fans filling the streets around Wrigley Field each season.

While this spectacle is not to be missed, it leaves a lot to be desired in terms of easy parking. And if you want to find the most elaborate, confusing parking regulations in the city, Wrigleyville has it nailed down.

Make sure you have a copy of your Cubs home game schedule handy, because street parking without a residential sticker during these times will get you ticketed and towed.

Check out these Wrigleyville parking options from ParkWhiz to get a guaranteed prepaid parking space and leave your parking worries behind. There are no extra fees when you park – the price you see is the price you pay.

Wrigleyville Parking

Wrigley Field parking

Looking for monthly parking in other neighborhoods like the Loop, Lincoln Park or the Gold Coast? Go to Monthly Parking Chicago, type in an address to find parking nearby and we’ll show you what’s available. It’s that easy!

Ohio Street Beach Parking

While Ohio Street Beach is a smaller, less crowded shore than other Chicago beaches, it’s close to Navy Pier, Michigan Ave. and downtown Chicago. Which means when you’re looking to enjoy this quiet spot, you’ll still be dealing with downtown Chicago parking difficulties.

Peruse these monthly parking options currently available near Ohio Street or any of Chicago’s beaches. You can also get a bit more specific in your search by linking here and typing in the address that you’re looking to find a parking spot near. A number of possibilities will pop up, helping you find the best options to choose from. Pick the spot that works best for you, click on it, and start parking right away. It’s that easy!

With a range of monthly parking options around Ohio Street Beach – including private residence garages, parking garages, or open lot parking – you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect monthly parking space.

Ohio Street Beach Parking

ohio beach parking

Beach Parking

Suck in those stomachs and break out the speedos, Chicago! Beaches are open!

Unfortunately, all those beach go’ers have to park somewhere – quickly filling those open neighborhood parking spots. If you happen to live or work near some of Chicago’s more popular beaches like North Avenue Beach, Oak Street Beach, or Ohio Street Beach, prepare yourself for some serious hassle when searching for a space this summer.

But stress-free parking is easier to obtain than you might think. Instead of spending half of your day circling for spots that don’t even exist, consider the idea of renting a monthly parking space.

ParkWhiz offers a selection of rentable monthly parking options that spread up and down the Lake Michigan “coast line” of Chicago.

Make the best decision of your summer and check out available monthly parking spots near Chicago’s beaches.

Available Downtown Beach Parking

Beach parking in Chicago