A budding family-friendly atmosphere.
There’s a growing market for young families as more businesses (and young professionals) infiltrate the neighborhood. Townhomes and larger condo units can still be hard to come by as many are snapped up almost as quickly as new development blueprints can be drafted! But there are exceptional public and private education options along with a number of parks in the area.
Newly developed luxury condos and urban lofts with open layouts in remarkable, antiquated buildings.
Fresh condo buildings are cropping up along with the influx of newcomers, and prices have kept up with the change in population. Airy loft conversions feature newly-minted interiors with original exposed brick, high timber ceilings, and huge factory-sized windows within the bones of decades-old buildings.
The city’s only year-round, indoor market and “Restaurant Row,” where you can try a new dining spot every night.
In addition to the loft-style living, residents savor trips to the Chicago French Market, which showcases local artisans and purveyors most days of the week, and the vibrant strip of Randolph Street dubbed “Restaurant Row,” which is lined with some of the city’s best eateries.
- McCormick Place 31m by train, 12m by car
- Merchandise Mart 17m by train, 8m by car
- Union Station 10m by train, 5m by car
- Millennium Park 23m by train, 12m by car
- East to West Chicago River to Ashland Avenue
- North to South Grand Avenue to Van Buren Street
- Nearby Neighborhoods Chicago Loop, River North, and Wicker Park
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Luxe lofts, galleries, boutiques, and restaurants are still distinguished by West Loop’s industrial roots.
From a gritty, partially abandoned manufacturing corridor to a burgeoning neighborhood flush with must-visit spots for foodies, eclectic art galleries and shops, and numerous acres of redeveloped park space, West Loop is now one of the hottest downtown areas in which to settle down.
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