The condo residences at 720 West Randolph provide the opportunity to live in the vibrant neighborhood of West Loop, where factories and warehouses have given way to converted condo buildings, funky and chic boutiques, galleries, and a profusion of restaurants. This newer building with 63 residences offers 8 distinct floor plans spread over 13 floors. It is ideally situated so residents can walk, bike, take their car, or hop on public transportation to explore the neighborhood or go beyond.
720 W. Randolph St. offers one-bedroom homes from 857 square feet. Larger two-bedroom units present 1,100 to 1,710 square feet with the choice of two or two-and-a-half baths. Three-bedroom homes with up to three baths start in the $700's. Every unit is uniquely appointed with quality finishes like granite, hardwood flooring, hardwood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, gas cooktop, large soaker tubs, closets and fireplace. The homes are designed with a foyer entry and a private terrace with sweeping views of the city. Many units have curved window walls, island kitchen, separate dining area, in-unit washer/dryer, marble shower, and carpeted bedrooms. With eight floor plans, buyers can choose the space and the options that best suit their needs and lifestyle.
Building amenities at 720 W Randolph St include a lovely, well-lit lobby with a seating area, door staff, and security video monitoring. A fitness center and party room are also available for resident enjoyment. Storage locker and bike room are available to accommodate homeowners without taking up valuable living space.
The West Loop neighborhood has convenient highway access and a multitude of transit stops allowing for effortless city navigation. Homeowners are on the cusp of Greektown, a unique cultural and culinary experience, and Restaurant Row, a wellknown area of Randolph Street where diners have their pick of cuisine and nightlife entertainment. Residents are also reasonably close to Millennium and Maggie Daley Parks with their gardens, trails, and sculptures, not to mention the many exhibits at the Art Institute of Chicago. Travelers are just nine miles from Midway when business or pleasure beckons them out of town.