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Filled with attractive high-rise and loft rentals, the West Loop is quickly becoming one of the hottest downtown neighborhoods for renters and home buyers alike. With the emergence of a great restaurant scene and the constant redevelopment of old warehouse buildings into chic residential lofts, it's easy to see why Chicago's West Loop remains a top choice for the location of your next home. Contact us today for more information on West Loop rentals at (312) 566-8141!
If youre in the market for a loft property, the West Loop should definitely be considered. From concrete to timber lofts and open to closed floor plans, this neighborhood possesses a wide-variety of loft spaces in an incredible location. Renters can expect to find one bedrooms for rent from $1300 to $3200 a month & two bedrooms from $1700 to $4400 a month. Buyer’s can expect to find prices to start around $199,990,000 for a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom loft. If in the market for a slightly larger space, look for a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom lofts to be in the range of $249,999,000 up to $599,000.
Chicago's West Loop is one of Chicago’s fastest developing neighborhoods. Once an over-run industrial and manufacturing district, the West Loop is now home to numerous condo-converted warehouses filled with trendy, spacious lofts. Its boundaries run from the Kennedy Expressway to the east, Ashland Avenue to the west and in between Grand Avenue and the Eisenhower Expressway to the north and south. Access to these major highways make the West Loop very accessible and with its close proximity to downtown, many homebuyers searching for an urban-industrial feel find the West Loop to be the perfect location. The neighborhood is even progressing towards becoming more pet-friendly as two brand new Bark parks may be in the works near Skinner Park. Greektown is also located on the east side of the West Loop so there’s no doubt some of Chicago’s best Greek dining is just a short distance away. Athena, Byzantium, Parthenon, Pegasus and the Artopolis Bakery Café & Agora are only a few of the Greek restaurants that line the streets within the Greektown vicinity.