Downtown Chicago Condos for Sale
Homes for sale in Downtown Chicago, also called "The Loop," are almost exclusively condos in high-rise buildings. The Loop is the birthplace of the skyscraper, and tall architectural marvels still dominate this bustling business center. With plenty of economic opportunity, cultural richness, and natural beauty, the Loop is an ideal place to live if you want to be close to the action, while still enjoying quieter evenings and weekends. Nearby lakefront parks and beaches offer great outdoor space for you to enjoy, while the neighborhood's many restaurants and bars ensure you'll never run out of things to do. Best of all, living in Loop puts you at the center of Chicago's elevated train system, making transit to any part of the city quick and easy.
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The Loop homes for sale offer the finest in modern high-rise condo living, at a wide range of prices. The most luxurious residences going for around $1 million, offering 2,000 to 3,000 square feet of living space divided into three bedrooms, large living rooms, and gourmet kitchens. With oversized windows looking out over Lake Michigan or the famous architecture of Downtown Chicago, you'll enjoy a sense of great elegance, while the modern appliances and building amenities will ensure that your life is convenient and modern.
At lower prices, you'll find more compact living space, with the most common Downtown Chicago condo offering around 1,200 square feet of space for somewhere between $200,000 and $400,000. These condos are ideal second homes for young professionals who want to live near their office on weekdays, or for businesspeople who make frequent trips to Chicago for work. At the lowest end of the market, you find compact studios that are ideal for someone trying to break into the neighborhood's theatre scene.
Living in Downtown Chicago
The Loop is a center of both business and culture in Chicago. During weekdays, the streets are busy with the thousands of people who work in the area, at many of the biggest companies in the world. However, on evenings and weekends, the neighborhood quiets down, letting the locals enjoy everything the Loop has to offer at their own pace. This includes waterfront parks and beaches, as well as a large number of outdoor sculptures, many of them by world-famous artists including Picasso.
As the site of the world's first skyscraper, the Loop is known as a world-class architectural district, with many famous buildings lining its skies, such as the Willis Tower (better known as the Sears Tower). The Loop is also the home of Chicago's theatre district, along with several major museums: you can really feel Chicago's rich history in the Loop.
The Loop is an especially walkable neighborhood, making it easy to explore everything Downtown Chicago has to offer. It's also named after the loop of elevated train lines that surround it, giving you rapid access to the rest of the city. While nearby communities like River North or the Magnificent Mile are known for their dining and shopping culture, you can find a full selection of high-end stores right in the Loop along State Street. Finally, within the neighborhood, you can enjoy a large selection of restaurants and bars, some of them, like Berghoff, dating back to Chicago's earlier history. In particular, the Loop is known for its rooftop bars, like Cindy's and The Roof.
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Listing information last updated on July 7th, 2020 at 7:30pm CDT.