November 2013

Found 3 blog entries for November 2013.

New community group comes to the West LoopThe West Loop in Chicago is a bustling hub of activity, both residential and commercial, and a new community group plans to make it even more desirable for its residents as well as outsiders considering living in this thriving corner of the Windy City.

According to a recent piece from Gazette Chicago, the Neighbors of West Loop, or NOWL, community group was recently launched in an initiative to improve the quality of life for individuals in and around the West Loop area of Chicago.

“NOWL already has a number of past West Loop Community Organization, Randolph/Fulton Market Association, and West Central Association board members involved as well as several C.A.P.S. representatives, Park Advisory Council members from Skinner and Mary Bartelme Parks,

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The Whitney Condos 1301 DearbornIt’s all about name recognition when it comes to Chicago real estate. “The Hancock,” “The Trump,” and in the Gold Coast: “The Whitney.”

Located at 1301 North Dearborn in the fashionable Gold Coast section of downtown Chicago, The Whitney may not have the storied history of the John Hancock Building or the Trump Tower, as it has only been around since 1997, but it equals the aforementioned buildings in beautiful condos for sale.

Sixteen stories high, The Whitney is filled with attractive condo units for sale that come with a number of features, including on site doorman, engineer and maintenance person, as well as a gorgeous brick exterior.

With close proximity to the 22, 36 and 70 buses, The Whitney is centrally located and provides easy to

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With its excellent location and burgeoning commercial and residential scene, the South Loop is becoming a much sought after commodity for condo shoppers in Chicago.

The Chicago Tribune recently highlighted one couple’s transition from renters in River North to condo buyers in the South Loop.

"Here, there are lots of parents with strollers and people walking dogs," Bethany Van Solkema, who, along with her husband Alden, landed on a 13th floor condo in the area, told the news source. "River North was great, but it had more tourists and single people. We wanted to buy in a neighborhood where we can stay after we start our family." In addition to living in a historic area that carries with it a friendly, family atmosphere, the Van Solkemas, along with

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