West Loop living
Originally an industrial mecca, the West Loop is now one of Chicago’s most sought out neighborhoods to live.
As one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in Chicago, the West Loop has attracted everything from residential development, sleek boutique hotels like Soho House & corporate giants like Google & McDonalds.
A foodie’s utopia, The West Loop is home to a thriving restaurant district on Randolph Street (“Restaurant Row”), offering up everything from casual neighborhood dining to haute cuisine prepared by some of the city’s finest restaurants & celebrity chefs. If that’s not enough, you can follow your taste buds over to Fulton Market for additional dining options that do not disappoint.
If you’re looking for more culture, hop over to Greektown where you can find a museum & cultural center complementing the longstanding Greek restaurants with some of the tastiest gyros & shawarma in the city.
After your culinary tour, you’ll find yourself choosing between going to a Chicago Bulls or Blackhawks game, hitting up an art gallery or boutique or maybe stopping The Randolph Street Market, which features over 200 vendors.
The neighborhood is served by the CTA Green, Pink & Blue line trains as well as several bus routes. It also offers convenient access to the Kennedy Expressway and is home to both Union Station & Ogilvie Transportation Center.
West Loop style
Former meatpacking factories & warehouses have transformed into sleek loft conversions while also giving way to new construction mid-rises & high-rises. While the landscape continues to change, many new developments emulate the industrial vibes of the neighborhood.