West Loop

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Overview

The West Loop, one of Chicago's most rapidly growing and changing neighborhoods, was once home to an abundance of factories and warehouses. The West Loop has maintained its industrial grit and charm but added a slew of trendy, innovative restaurants and a plethora of galleries and art fairs. West Loop condos have a median price of $372,000 and tend to have a luxe loft ambiance. Exposed brick, reclaimed wood, and floor-to-ceiling windows are common features in many West Loop condos. This trendy neighborhood provides a unique union of historic charm and contemporary luxury.

Lifestyle

West Loop condo owners enjoy having a neighborhood feeling so close to the heart of downtown Chicago's Loop. Randolph Street is home to aptly named, "Restaurant Row" with side streets sprinkled with chic boutiques, edgy venues, and creative galleries. The West Loop is also a dog friendly neighborhood. Local pooches can be spotted at Skinner Park at 17. S Loomis, or West Loop Dog Park at 100 S. Peoria.
Union Park provides a popular communal space for picnics, dog runs, and recreational sports. The West Loop has every kind of cuisine you could possibly desire, from bakeries, butcheries, breweries to sushi, tacos, and mixology lounges. Stop by Soho House for a specialty crafted Old Fashioned or grab a bite at Au Cheval for the burger consistently regarded as the best in Chicago. Randolph Street Market is one of the best spots for summertime shopping and getting in on the up-and-coming art scene.

Accessibility

Nearby Union and Ogilvie Stations go to the southern, western, and northern suburbs via Metra Trains and to several states around the country via Amtrak trains.
The Kennedy and Eisenhower Expressways, and blue, pink, and green CTA lines are all located nearby and go to O'Hare International Airport as well as the downtown Chicago Loop.

Lifestyle

West Loop condo owners enjoy having a neighborhood feeling so close to the heart of downtown Chicago's Loop. Randolph Street is home to aptly named, "Restaurant Row" with side streets sprinkled with chic boutiques, edgy venues, and creative galleries. The West Loop is also a dog friendly neighborhood. Local pooches can be spotted at Skinner Park at 17. S Loomis, or West Loop Dog Park at 100 S. Peoria.
Union Park provides a popular communal space for picnics, dog runs, and recreational sports. The West Loop has every kind of cuisine you could possibly desire, from bakeries, butcheries, breweries to sushi, tacos, and mixology lounges. Stop by Soho House for a specialty crafted Old Fashioned or grab a bite at Au Cheval for the burger consistently regarded as the best in Chicago. Randolph Street Market is one of the best spots for summertime shopping and getting in on the up-and-coming art scene.

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