Living in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood brings a whole other level to the advantages of urban living. Located at 920 W. Madison Street, the brick and glass mid-rise condo building is in the heart of many attractions and Chicago landmarks. It’s a convenient location to walk or bike to work and provides all avenues of play in your free time. The building features a variety of floor plans of loft-style living with expansive windows, wide terraces, open layout & exposed ductwork.
Floorplans include one-bedroom/one-bath units with up to 1,060 square feet that are ideal for students, professionals, or first-time home buyers. The two-bedroom floor plans offer the option of one or two baths with up to 1,700 square feet. Corner units have spectacular wrap-around balconies with city views. The larger, three-bedroom homes with two baths range from 1,757 to 1,849 square feet. Residences have features like hardwood flooring, granite kitchens, ceiling fans, fireplace, and recessed lighting. In-unit laundry access is an added convenience. Because of the open layout, homeowners can configure the space as they’d like, whether that’s adding a separate dining area, setting up an office, or providing a play area for the kids. Building amenities include additional storage, 24-hour door staff, locked lobby and video security monitoring.
Within a comfortable walking radius from the condos at 920 W Madison in Chicago, the neighborhood has an abundance of attractions and interesting things to do. Just two blocks north, stroll Randolph Avenue and experience unique shops and a myriad of eating establishments that will excite even the most refined palate. Head east, and stroll along the Chicago River and partake of the theater district on the other side. Just a short distance to the south and you’ll find yourself in Greektown, caught up in the culture and food that are its trademarks. Walking your pet is a breeze as Skinner Park is to the west. Entertain your out-of-town guests at the soaring heights of Willis Tower or take in a tour of Old St. Patrick’s Church, the first English-speaking parish in the city, founded by Irish Immigrants in 1846. The West Loop has it all: dining, shopping, history, recreation, and Chicago attractions!