The neighborhood scene outside Streeter Place

I stopped by Streeter Place yesterday to meet the new management team from Riverstone Residential, and planned to bring you some view shots.

The weather wasn’t cooperating, so I checked out the scene at several local businesses. My first visit was to Kriser’s Pet Food, across the street from pet-friendly Streeter Place, where Rachel waved a welcoming greeting.

The shop has an amazing selection of all-natural pet food and treats, toys and an on-site grooming room.

The wildly-popular Yolk, which is in the building, was busy at 2 on a weekday afternoon.

Flour & Stone, which specializes in a “more rustic take on Brooklyn-style” pizza, was closed for a TV pilot shoot at the time of my visit. It’s also in the building.

I’d heard that D4 is a solid selection for a neighborhood pub, and it has that feel, albeit on a large scale. D4 is a few steps west of Streeter Place.

Streeter Place, one of our new advertisers, is a full-amenity building with a range of studio to 3-bedroom apartments. We had singled out Streeter Place as one of the Streeterville buildings with the best private outdoor space, best studio / convertible floor plans and best two-bedroom floor plan.