The Promenade Condos Located at the corner of Racine Avenue and Adams Street, The Promenade at 1201 West Adams Street in the West Loop may be a decade old, but it still shows like a new building. The steel, brick and glass façade is a modern backdrop for Chicago urbanliving, and features 10 floors with 78 homes. Condos at the Promenade are equipped with spacious balconies overlooking the city and contemporary interior features, some of which have been updated and many well maintained. Pet lovers are welcome! There are also some higher end luxury condos at The Promenade. An amazing three bedroom plus office, 3 bath residence that was the developer’s combined unit was listed for just over $1.1 million dollars. Two premium and highly coveted indoor parking spaces in the heated garage, a brand new kitchen with high end finishes and appliances, extra square footage totaling 2,700 square feet of living space, and two additional balconies are just some of the features that well warrant this higher price point.
The condo residences at 1201 West Adams are nicely outfitted with expansive windows, gas fireplace, hardwood flooring and carpet, in-unit washer/dryer and balcony. Most units feature cooks kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, breakfast bars and separate dining areas. The Promenade condos at 1201 W Adams is no frills building when it comes to amenities. It does provides the essentials of great storage and a door attendant, as well as the convenience of bike and receiving rooms. The building is pet friendly. However, this nice but relatively benign set of building amenities does not mean you are going to feel as if you are missing out. Read on to learn all the amenities Chicago's West Loop neighborhood has to offer when you live in one of the Promenade condos.
Those living in one of the Promenade condos have all the vibrancy, activity and excitement of the West Loop at their fingertips. The community is developing, and housing is being enhanced continually by the increasing availability of loft living in converted industrial buildings and newer condo communities. The wide variety of one of- a-kind boutiques and shops, the prevalence of art galleries, and the slew of restaurants not only on Randolph Street but throughout the area, make the West Loop. THE place to live. In addition, there is no shortage of bars, lounges and night spots to cover all the dining and entertaining bases. The West Loop neighborhood is further stabilized by the proximity to government buildings, a police training center, multiple academic buildings and campuses, and a medical center. Pet lovers, fans of the outdoors, and families with children or the young at heart, all have two great resources close by. Skinner Park has over seven acres on which to spread out and get moving or relax with a good book. Playground, athletic fields, sports courts and soccer fields hold endless opportunities and hours of enjoyment. In the other direction, Mary Bartelme Park is a smaller space, but provides fountains with cool mists on hot days, dog park, playground, and a really cool elevated observation hill that looks out over the entire park with the spectacular city skyline at your back. It’s a great place to people watch and to catch some summer rays!