West Loop Condos For Sale 

As most Chicagoans know by now, the West Loop has exploded into one of the most popular places to live in the city. Most of its old warehouses and industrial buildings have been completely transformed into residential lofts, stylish office spaces, and countless retail boutiques, and with the emergence of Randolph Street’s Restaurant Row, it’s also become a destination for serious foodies to visit from all over the world. For anybody not quite familiar with Chicago’s West Loop, its boundaries are generally defined by Grand Avenue to the north, I-290 to the south, Ashland/Ogden to the west, and the Chicago River to the east. Check out West Loop condos for sale or continue reading more about the neighborhood below 

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Additional information about West Loop real estate

West Loop's strong growth can be attributed in part to its close proximity to The Loop, an important business district. Also adding to its appeal, West Loop properties tend to be more affordable than those located closer to the lake front.

Formerly an industrial and warehouse district, the area has become an urban hip and trendy neighborhood for young families and those who work in the downtown loop. There are new construction mid-rise condos in West Loop, rehab projects and, perhaps most popular, warehouse spaces that are now loft condominiums. As the neighborhood transitioned from warehouses into condos and office buildings, raw space allowed architects to design exposed brick, timber and contemporary soft lofts while preserving the building’s original industrial structure.

Living in the West Loop Neighborhood

Even with all the new development, the “industrial” allure of West Loop real estate has been preserved. Through its wide open spaces, the West Loop area feels less crowded than other Chicago neighborhoods. Several parks dot the landscape here, including Skinner Park and Union Park, which is home to the Pitchfork Music Festival. These parks offer recreation and areas for dogs and their owners to exercise and socialize.

Restaurants abound in the neighborhood. Randolph Street is known as “Restaurant Row,” where you'll find everything from sushi to Italian, and the popular establishments in Greektown. The art world has also made a claim on the West Loop as former warehouse space provides the perfect setting for art galleries. The West Loop is a neighborhood that offers trendy chic loft living at reasonable prices.

A Look at West Loop Lofts For Sale

As alluded to above, the West Loop is full of real estate and housing options that include mid-rise condos, high end apartments and just about anything in between. But given's the West Loop's rich industrial history, there's no property type more synonymous with this part of downtown Chicago than loft conversions. From the classic timber lofts that continue to be so popular among home buyers to the much more contemporary concrete loft style residences that are trendy, stylish, and ultra appealing to a wide range of today's home buyers, if you're a true loft lover who's looking for the quintessential urban-inspired home, there's no better place to begin your home search than right here in Chicago's West Loop. For more information about West Loop lofts for sale, or any West Loop condo or property that's currently listed for that matter, give Helaine Cohen a call today!

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Listing information last updated on July 5th, 2020 at 5:00am CDT.