For one of downtown Chicago’s most vibrant and up and coming neighborhoods, you can’t go wrong with West Loop real estate. The area has undergone a renaissance in recent years, transforming from an industrial area full of warehouses and factories to the home of a great restaurant and nightlife scene, as well as great shopping and art galleries.
Restaurant Row has just about everything you could want, from taquerias to wine bars to sushi to a butcher shop to a classic diner. The Chicago French Market is also close by, with dozens of choices from around the world, as well as pastry and coffee shops. There are happy hour specials every weekday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The Rush Hour Concerts series features local musicians on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Start a West Loop real estate search, and you’ll find a great variety of condominium buildings, each offering a range of luxury amenities. Units are available in sizes ranging from one to four bedrooms. Most have at least one balcony and large windows, offering beautiful views of the West Loop neighborhood. Hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and plenty of storage space are common features. Building amenities include an indoor pool and spa, fitness room with state of the art equipment, dog runs, rooftop terraces, and 24 hour concierge.
In addition to the great condo buildings and hip restaurants, residents of West Loop Chicago enjoy easy access to the many companies with headquarters in downtown. There’s also plenty to do outside when the weather is good. Union Park has a fun playground for kids, as well as a spray park and swimming pool. There are also basketball and tennis courts. The Randolph Street Market Festival features vendors selling everything from jewelry to clothing to vinyl records. From May to September, the festival has an outdoor space that also includes a beer garden.
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