Loop living

As Chicago’s most iconic neighborhood, The Loop has embraced the balance of beauty & business.

The heart of downtown, The Loop offers a unique opportunity to live among Chicago’s most iconic landmarks and must-see attractions – from Grant Park, Millennium Park and Navy Pier to the Theatre District and the Art Institute while also providing a front row seat to some of Chicago's biggest events, like the Taste of Chicago, the Air and Water Show and the Chicago Blues Festival.

Strolling through the concrete jungle, you’ll find yourself choosing between the many fine dining, cocktails and quick bites options in the neighborhood or head over to Revival Food Hall – a 24,000-square-foot marketplace that spotlights more than a dozen of the city’s favorite eateries.

With every method of transportation at your fingertips, you can access all CTA L & Metra lines, plenty of buses, and easy access to both the expressway & Lake Shore Drive. Needless to say, a personal car is not necessary here.

Loop style

Filled with high-rises & repurposed office buildings of the ‘90s to luxury condominium & apartment buildings, there is no shortage of homes in the historic center of downtown Chicago. The Loop is also home to several large-scale mixed-use developments. These planned communities include amenities such as grocery stores and schools that were previously unavailable in The Loop. We also can’t forget to mention the beautiful & ornate architecture that’s sprinkled throughout the neighborhood, bringing you back in time through Chicago’s rich history.


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