Just to the west of the Loop and across the Chicago River lies the rail transportation hub and what remains of the manufacturing, food market, and meatpacking district. The area has been transformed to include high-rise buildings, warehouse loft conversions, luxury and townhome communities steps from the heart of Randolph street’s restaurant row. The West Loop is known for award-winning restaurants, art galleries, and music venues. Many of the Randolph and Fulton street produce and meat markets are still operate, serving the neighboring restaurants.
Housing offered here includes loft conversions of factory buildings, mid-rise new buildings, and townhome developments.
The average drive time to the loop is 5 minutes and 30 minutes to O’Hare or Midway.