If you're over 50 and looking for a comfortable, quiet place to spend your middle-age years, the James Sneider apartments are calling your name, as the landlord doesn't like occupants under the age of 50 (those young 'uns are loud and boisterous and rude, after all). However, if you decide you want to invite some of your more refined friends to visit, you'll have plenty of room in your living room or the on-site clubhouse to entertain. The rent's not bad, either, which is hard to come by for a building with a clear view of the lake, on-site staff, parking, air conditioning and reliable elevators. Although you might be tempted to spend the majority of your time indoors, the Howard Street bus stop and the purple and red lines are just steps away, making this a great location to help you get out and enjoy Chicago. If you've honed those cooking skills for years and years, there are also plenty of supermarkets around. Don't worry if you're a bit weak with your culinary skills, though -- there's a great Italian dinner with your name on it just down the street at Gruppo di Amici.