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River North real estate for sale is widely considered to include the trendiest properties in the city. Lofts for sale in River North primarily consist of spacious, stylish residences located within the chic, vibrant neighborhood atmosphere known as River North. Along with its eclectic collection of rich vintage architecture, River North is known for its renowned art galleries, hip condos, and countless venues providing exceptional night time entertainment and culinary experiences. Those in search for an upbeat and lively neighborhood shall search no more. Chicago's River North neighborhood is bounded by the Chicago River to the south and west, Michigan Ave. To the east, and Chicago Ave. To the north.
River North as expected of any bustling metropolis, downtown Chicago boasts some of the most high profile residences, most well-renowned restaurants, and most sought-after nighttime spots in the world. Young urban professionals cannot wait to buy homes, and on-the-go retirees cannot wait to downsize their lifestyles and relocate to “Chi-town.”
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Given the expansion of the Chicago railroad system in the 1800s, this Near North Side area experienced a significant amount of activity and became quite the bustling industry hot spot. Deemed the "Smokey Hollow", the area suffered from intense industrial pollution. As time progressed, however, the north bank of the Chicago River continued to grow and became home to a community of many Irish and Sicilian immigrants.
The once highly industrialized area then underwent quite a transformation as the years passed. With the events of World War II having a significant impact on all cities, particularly the River North area of Chicago, the manufacturing industry experienced a slump which led to the demise of many factories. What lined the streets of the once-booming industrial downtown neighborhood were vacant warehouses, and alas, the warehouse district was born and then quickly disappeared. By the 1970s, the demand for warehouses decreased, and the abundance of storehouses closed. What became of the ever-changing neighborhood was a bunch of vacant buildings which were no longer serving any purpose.
Things suddenly began to look up as the abandoned buildings sparked the interests of writers, artists, and real estate developers. Empty spaces were converted into beautiful lofts and gallery showrooms. The area was alive again.
Currently, River North remains an art-centric, bustling, and growing area due to the vast spaces and appealing location within Chicago. River North residents live in the midst of anything and everything a Chicago resident could ever dream of needing and desiring.
Even in the midst of unstable economic conditions, there are many employers in the Chicago River North area due to the abundance of galleries, shops, and restaurants, as well as professional offices throughout the neighborhood. Bar and nightclub owners have mainly targeted River North, as the location is critical for attracting the young, urban professionals living in today's Chicagoland area. A convenient, centralized location indeed, River North boats plenty of accessible public transit options located within walking distance to almost everything in sight. Whether a commuter by day or a visitor by night, there are transportation options at all hours of the day and night to meet varying needs.
The River North neighborhood is conveniently accessible by the Chicago Transit Authority’s Red Line "el" train, Brown Line "el" train, and various bus routes including the #22 Clark route and the #36 Broadway route. Access our CTA neighborhood guide and view properties for sale located near the CTA.
The River North area also includes the Gallery District, which has the most significant number of galleries in any area of the US, other than Manhattan. One of the tallest buildings in the world, Trump Tower, also dominates the River North neighborhood skyline. Perfect for any ordinary night out or special occasion, the world-renowned condominium and hotel extravaganza is home to Sixteen, Rebar, and The Terrace at the Trump.
When you decide to purchase a home in River North, you are automatically buying into one of the most exciting areas of Chicago. River North Chicago condos are properties consisting of high character and personality.
Conveniently located in the heart of Chicago, residents and visitors are steps from Michigan Ave and the Loop. What was once an area predominately consisting of warehouses and factories is now considered a booming commercial and upscale, residential neighborhood. In short, the River North neighborhood is an ongoing, contextual metamorphosis. A vibrant and lively area to say the least, Chicago renters and buyers alike enjoy downtown Chicago living at its finest!
Whether you have a taste for ribs, deep-dish pizza, or simply burger, you will find just about every type of cuisine within the River North neighborhood. From the traditional yet famous Lou Malnati's to the newer Mastro's Steakhouse, there are a plethora of restaurants suitable for all ages, tastes, walks of life, and cravings!
Mastro’s Steakhouse 520 N. Dearborn St. (312) 521-5100
Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab 60 E. Grand Ave. (312) 379-5637
Pizzeria Uno 29 E. Ohio St. (312) 321-1000
Giordano’s 730 N. Rush St. (312) 951-0747
Quartino 626 N. State St. (312) 698-5000
Weber Grill Restaurant 539 N. State St. (312) 467-9696
Pizzeria Due 619 N. Wabash Ave. (312) 943-2400
The Original Gino’s East of Chicago 633 N. Wells St. (312) 943-1124
Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria 439 N. Wells St. (312) 828-9800
Sushi Samba Rio 504 N. Wells St. (312) 595-2300
The Original Gino’s East of Chicago 633 N. Wells St. (312) 943-1124
In addition to being one of the most sought-after neighborhoods to live within, the streets of Chicago's River North neighborhood are lined with a wide variety of bars, lounges, nightclubs. New to the scene and still as popular as the days they opened their doors are Paris Club and Studio Paris, Hubbard Inn, Public House, and Moe's Cantina.
On the bank of the Chicago River is an exciting vintage complex, Marina City. Built in the 1960s, this unique development includes Hotel Sax, 10 Pin Bowling Lounge, the House of Blues concert hall, a Chase bank branch, and various dining options such as Bin 36. It also incorporates the striking Marina Towers, which house 450 condos per tower. One of the more interesting facts about this unusual dwelling is that the two towers are both cylindrical, with a high-speed elevator running up the middle of the towers. The condos in Marina Towers are all wedge-shaped, containing almost no right-angles within the interiors of the homes.
Chicago’s River North neighborhood is a bustling metropolis, which is notably abundant with restaurants, nightclubs, and shopping facilities, including a stunning array of unique boutiques and galleries. Chicago's River North is also home to one of the most extensive shopping experiences in the world, Merchandise Mart. Located in the design district and noted for selling an endless profusion of furnishings, the “Mart” is every interior designer’s fantasy land!
Bars , Entertainment Venues, & Nightclubs by Street
Enclave 220 W. Chicago Ave. (312) 654-0234
Bin 36 339 N. Dearborn St. (312) 755-9463
House of Blues 329 N. Dearborn St. (312) 923-2000
Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant 100 W. Grand Ave. (312) 836-0066
Hub 51 51 W. Hubbard St. (312) 828-0051
Hubbard Inn 100 W. Hubbard St. (312) 222-1331
Theory 9 W. Hubbard St. (312) 644-0004
Moe’s Cantina 155 W. Kinzie St. (312) 245-2000
Pops for Champagne 601 N. State St. (312) 266-7677
Public House 400 N. State St. (312) 265-1240
River North's neighborhood block party known as the Taste of River North is not quite your average hot dogs and burgers fete. Festival-goers can expect to enjoy live music, children's activities and a vast array of Chicago's best eats. In late July when the festival occurs, residents and friends assemble at Erie Park and along Erie Street between the Chicago River and Kingsbury Street for this annual event.
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Listing information last updated on November 17th, 2018 at 9:50pm CST.