If you happen to find yourself in a frustrating lockout situation or cannot find your car keys, do not hesitate to call Secure Locks. We are a local Lake View locksmith 60657. We offer emergency lockout services, lock replacement and rekey services, commercial locksmithing services, and automotive car key replacement services. We are confident that we are able to fix any lock issue or create and program a brand new car key for your vehicle.
Finding a locksmith near Lake View, Chicago
With a population of almost 100,000 residents, Lake View is the second largest neighborhood in Chicago. Secure Locks values the diversity of Lake View community and we are proud to have a stellar reputation of reliability and trustworthiness.
Emergency Car locksmith in Lake View, Chicago
Case of scenario – you are coming home from work to realize that you left the keys inside of your home because of a morning rush. Our professional technician will get there fast and will do his best to unlock your door without damaging your existing locks. We are licensed, insured, bonded, and will do our everything possible to turn a stressful situation into a positive experience with our company.
About Lake View, Chicago
The history of Lake View dates back to 1853 when James Rees and Elisha Hundley built Hotel Lakeview, which was popular among Chicago elites that were seeking an exit from the busy daily life of Chicago. By 1887 the population and area grew in size and it became known as the “City of Lakeview”, which eventually was annexed by Chicago in 1889.
In 1914, Lake View had a boost in settlement when Weeghman Field was built for a local baseball team, the Chicago Whales. In 1916 Weeghman bought another baseball team located on the west side of Chicago. The name of that team is Chicago Cubs and it was shortly moved from the west side to the north side of the city, the Lake View area specifically. In 1921, the Chicago Cubs and its stadium were sold to William Wrigley Jr., who renamed the stadium “Wrigley Field”, which until today is considered a team with one of the largest and most loyal fan base in the nation. The Chicago Cubs won the World Series in 2016, ending one of the longest title drought in history (108 years). According to multiple reports, the Chicago Cubs World Series winning parade drew a reported 5 million people, making it the 7th most-attended event in the history of mankind.
Another area of Lake View that drew national attention was “Boys Town”, which has a distinction of being the first officially recognized gay village in America.