"A Century of Progress: Architecture and Chicago's 1933-34 World's Fair," Five futuristic houses from the fair were moved from their original site in Chicago at the Fair Grounds (just south of the Field Museum of Natural History & Soldiers Field) to the shores of Lake Michigan in Beverly Shores. They were hoped to be a draw to this new community. They include the House of Tomorrow, Cypress Log House, Armco-Ferro House, Wiebolt-Rostone House and the Florida Tropical House.
For more specifics, see my Century of Progress travelogue.
Trained in the Chicago Architectural world, Louis Solomon has been a noted architect. This complex of 3 houses (which are private residences) were designed by him as his home towards the end of his life.
It runs the entire length of the lakeshore from Michigan City to Gary, but is best scene along Beverly Drive between East State Park Road (Kemil Road) and U.S. 12 near Mt. Baldy. The marsh varies from open wetlands to forested wetlands.
A wide plaza with picnic tables and restrooms, grace the Lakeview Beach. Here, there is parking and access to the water.