Loop Real Estate

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Chicago Lofts For Sale

If you’re even the least bit familiar with our top-notch team of Chicago real estate agents, you likely know that lofts for sale in Chicago are among our favorite properties to show clients and potential home buyers looking for the perfect place in the Windy City. Along with all the antiquated finishes and features typically seen in a loft conversion, what makes showing a loft for sale different than an ordinary condominium residence in downtown Chicago is the uniqueness to each layout, as well as the history behind most loft buildings situated all across the downtown area. From former warehouses and manufacturing plants to some of the most stylish real estate found in Chicago, there’s nothing quite like an authentic loft-condo situated in the heart of

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431 S. Dearborn #1005 Chicago, IL A true "big-city" feel, 431 S. Dearborn #1005 is the ultimate Loop rental for those looking to live in the heart of all the action at an affordable price. Offering 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a whole lot of living space, 431 S. Dearborn #1005 is the ideal location for local students, as Roosevelt, the DePaul University Loop campus, Robert Morris University, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Chicago Institute for Financial Studies are all well within walking distance from your front door.

In addition, public transportation couldn’t be easier from 431 S. Dearborn with the Harold Washington Library (Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, & Purple Line), Jackson (Red Line), and Jackson (Blue Line) train stations all situated with 2 blocks from the building.  

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New Listing @ 910 S. Michigan in South Loop

Very recently, 910 S. Michigan Avenue #1201 has come onto Chicago’s real estate market and should be considered a tremendous value around the South Loop neighborhood. Unit 1201 at 910 S. Michigan Avenue is a clean, recently updated condo with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroom plus den and a remarkable sun room overlooking Grant Park, South Michigan Avenue and gorgeous Lake Michigan. Plenty of natural light along with newly installed custom lighting in the living room provide excellent lighting throughout the condo and a wall was even removed to allow for a spacious, open concept that includes a formal dining room that’s perfect for entertaining or hosting a dinner party. Some modern and attractive modifications have

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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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This week Target announced it is opening a store in the Chicago Loop. For the area’s future as a business district as well as a residential community, Target makes great sense. Here’s why.

The Sullivan Center Is Good for Target

istock_000011479433xsmall_400Target will open the urban-style store, which it will call CityTarget, in the historic Sullivan Center at 1 S. State St. They have leased 124,000 square feet, with 54,000 devoted to selling space and the rest for merchandising support areas.

Chicagoans have a long history of shopping at this address. Formerly known as the Carson Pirie Scott and Company Building, the Sullivan Center was designed by famed architect Louis Sullivan as a department store. For than 100 years, Carson’s was an anchor of the Loop shopping district

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