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West Loop

Condos and Townhomes For Sale in Chicago

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Overview

This former manufacturing and meatpacking district just west of the Loop is making a new name for itself. While the factories, wholesale markets, and warehouses on the western edge of downtown have steadily given way to loft conversions and new office space, the West Loop remains a study in contrasts.

Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 294
Average Price: $477,932
Highest Price: $5,750,000
Lowest Price: $0

West Loop Condos For Sale

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More About West Loop Homes For Sale

The West Loop, which retains a somewhat gritty and industrial feel, has boomed in recent years, and the area’s growth shows no signs of losing momentum. Today, businesses that have called the area home for fifty years or more coexist with tech startups, trendy new restaurants, and an influx of new residents in loft conversions and new-construction condo buildings. The neighborhood’s evolution is far from finished, as technology companies continue to move into or expand within the area, and developers take advantage of the West Loop’s newfound popularity.The restaurants lining Randolph Street and Fulton Market in the West Loop are some of the best-known in the city. And the dining in the options in the area don’t lack for variety - visitors can go from sushi bar to sports bar, bakery to brewery, butcher shop to champagne brunch, late-night diner to trendy cocktail lounge - all within a few-block radius. Greektown, on the neighborhood’s southern border, is home to an array of restaurants that contribute to the multi-ethnic mix. Scattered throughout the loft buildings and tech offices are art galleries, design stores, and offbeat boutiques that mirror the area’s creative, upstart vibe. The housing stock in the West Loop is dominated by loft conversions, traditional mid-rise condo buildings, and “soft lofts” - buildings constructed to mimic the high-ceilinged, industrial feel of traditional warehouse loft spaces. The West Loop likely owes much of its popularity to its easy access from much of the city; the area is just a quick train ride from downtown on the CTA’s Green, Pink, or Blue lines, and is also easily accessible from the Kennedy Expressway and numerous bus routes. Located just west of The Loop and south of Bucktown condos and Wicker Park condos.

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Listing information last updated on December 17th, 2017 at 6:50pm CST.