Chicago Lofts

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Chicago's Most Expensive Loft For SaleIt’s not uncommon that we write about lofts for sale in downtown Chicago, as this specific property-type is among the hottest on the entire real estate market. One of the great aspects about residential lofts in Chicago is that buyers have the option to be searching anywhere from the West and South Loop to Lakeview and Lincoln Park and plenty of historic and desirable options will be sitting on the market just waiting for the next buyer to act. Dozens of great deals and affordable prices are out there once you begin your quest to find the ultimate loft space, but what about those lofts in downtown Chicago that are ultra-high-end and boasts unique, one-of-a-kind features and finishes? For us working in the real estate industry, Chicago’s luxury lofts are

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Perhaps downtown Chicago’s best known location for loft real estate, the West Loop is now one of the trendiest neighborhoods for eating, drinking, and enjoying the vibrant Chicago lifestyle. Home to dozens of highly-touted restaurants and cafés, if you’re looking for the best in what the Windy City has to offer in terms of a restaurant scene, Randolph Street is the place for you. Because of all the recent development, and now Google’s plan to move to nearby Fulton Market, the demand for West Loop lofts is through the roof. So if you’re interested in a classic Chicago loft that features all the historic charm with upgraded modern amenities, consider a West Loop for the next place you call home.


The Chicago Loop is

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Proof that the West Loop is perhaps downtown Chicago’s hottest neighborhood for real estate development was recently West Loop Chicago Fulton districtreported by when plans for a new boutique restaurant and hotel were announced for a highly-desirable location on Randolph Street’s Restaurant Row.

The Nobu Restaurant Group, co-founded by renowned actor Robert De Niro, is currently in the process of planning the development and its signature Japanese restaurant on a 12,000 square-foot piece of land at 846-854 Randolph Street.

Just within the last several years has the West Loop has emerged as one of Chicago’s hippest neighborhoods to drink, dine, live, work, and play. Recent restaurant openings around the neighborhood, and specifically on Randolph Street,

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Intriguing History @ 910 S. Michigan Ave

Recently, I wrote a blog about a new listing I obtained inside the historic South Loop building at 910 South Michigan Avenue. That particular condo, 910 S. Michigan Avenue #1201, was a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence with additional den space and tremendous updates that included custom track lighting and beautiful modifications to the custom-built fireplace. Now just a few weeks later, I’ve acquired a similar listing at the Michigan Avenue Lofts, only this time the condo number is 1401. 910 South Michigan Avenue #1401 is also a 2 bedroom/2 bathroom condo that boasts an unobstructed Grant park, Lake Michigan and Michigan ave view, a spacious, wide-open floor plan with an inviting large foyer and angles honey

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659 W. Randolph: A Sleek, Modern Vibe in the West Loop

659_w_randolph_livingThe condos at 659 W. Randolph are modern, sleek and perhaps even offer residents with some of the best city views Chicago’s West Loop can provide. The location of 659 W. Randolph, or R+D659 as it’s sometimes referred to, is just east of the 90/94 expressway, giving these condos spectacular, unobstructed views of Chicago’s Loop to the east and the majority of the West Loop from its opposite side.  659 W. Randolph #1405 in particular demonstrates these awesome city views perfectly, overlooking the Randolph and Des Plaines Street intersection and just catching a glimpse of the mesmerizing Trump Tower-Chicago off in the distance. But along with the exceptional views, the private balcony offers ample

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Approved Short Sale Price @ 728 W. Jackson

Yesterday I posted a blog about a Chicago Loop loft residence at 728 W. Jackson, detailing its wide-open floor plan and terrific finishes to the updated kitchen and bathroom. This particular loft was 728 W. Jackson #616, but this week’s DEAL ALERT is also at the Haberdasher Lofts and even on the same floor! 728 W. Jackson #626 is a BANK APPROVED short sale, meaning the price has already been accepted, with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and separate den space. The loft also features a wide-open floor plan and every unique feature buyers expect to see in a loft property, which includes timber ceilings, exposed brick and concrete, and also the suspended duct work for an added industrial feel. The bathroom has been

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Vote Ted Guarnero for “Best Agent Website"

Vote Here for the 2011 Best Chicago Real Estate WebsiteIt’s that time of year again when Chicago Agent Magazine hosts the Annual Agent’s Choice Awards and recognizes Chicago real estate agents and brokerages for all the relentless effort and hard work put into finding clients a new home, condo or loft in the greater Chicago-land region! Categories range from “Best Dressed Agent” to the “Agent Rookie of the Year” and some categories even honor brokers, lenders and developers throughout Chicago and the Chicago suburbs. The category I’m most interested in however, is the “Best Agent Website,” which specifically recognizes the real estate agent with the best INDIVIDUAL website in all of Chicagoland-city and the suburbs combined. As many of you know who follow the

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728 West Jackson: Great Loft, Great Value


Loft residences in Chicago are one of the hottest property types among today’s urban homebuyers. The exposed brick, timber or concrete ceilings, and suspended duct work hanging from the ceiling often make for an attractive and spacious city home that offers great flexibility and easy living. The open space usually isn’t defined by walls that cannot be removed, and most Chicago lofts have large windows that were built into the original warehouse structure, making for phenomenal downtown views. However, it isn’t uncommon for homebuyers to have the ideal loft pictured in their head, but then soon realize that finding that perfect loft may be more challenging than they originally thought. Whether the kitchen is

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