Your home is more than just your apartment. Mac properties are all nestled in centrally located, vibrant neighborhoods that offer beautiful streetscapes and plenty to do nearby. We’re proud to be part of these communities and committed to ensuring that they continue to thrive.
Hyde Park is a diverse and dynamic community 7 miles south of Chicago’s downtown, anchored by the University of Chicago’s university and medical campuses. Originally established as a bucolic summer vacation spot along the shores of Lake Michigan, it’s now a thriving, productive neighborhood that boasts the city’s most eclectic mix of residents and architecture, which ranges from the neo-classical Museum of Science and Industry and the mix of Gothic and modern architecture housed in The University of Chicago’s spectacular campus to from Frank Lloyd Wright's prarie-style Robie House. Learn more
Midtown is an eclectic and energetic community in the center of Kansas City. Founded in the late 1800s as a bedroom community outside of the city center, it’s now a five-minute trip north to downtown’s offices, Power & Light District or the Sprint Center. To the south, it’s a five-minute trip to the Country Club Plaza shopping center and Westport restaurant and bar district. Learn more
St. Louis’ Central West End is a charming and chic community perched on the eastern edge of Forest Park and in the center of the city’s university and medical center district. In the 1870’s, Julius Pitman created Forest Park and its 1,400 acres of public parkland to ensure vibrant public spaces. Today it features some of St. Louis’ best dining, entertainment, shopping and nightlife, along with world class education and health care institutions. Learn more