If you are looking for a vibrant neighborhood with unbeatable convenience, South Loop may be the spot for you. Consider taking advantage of this phenomenal location and find a South Loop high-rise to call home.
Living in South Loop
Directly south of the Loop and right along Lake Michigan, this neighborhood offers easy access to the waterfront, popular attractions, and public transportation.
When it comes to narrowing down where to live, South Loop residents have the choice between two distinct areas: Museum Park and Printer’s Row.
While Museum Park is a sprawling lakefront community of brand-new high rise buildings with popular venues and museums, Printer’s Row offers a bit more character featuring former printing plants and publishing houses converted into contemporary lofts and condos.
Exclusive South Loop High-Rises
If you are in the market for the hottest South Loop high-rises, don’t miss out on the latest development in the neighborhood:
River City– Located at 800 S Well Streets, this breathtaking high-rise is truly where the past meets the future. Designed by architect Bertrand Goldberg in 1986, this iconic building has experienced an incredible transformation. Each one of the 449 units recently underwent the largest deco version in Chicago’s history, completely modernizing the complex.
River City now offers some of the Windy City’s most exclusive units, ranging from stunning studios, to townhomes and penthouses.
This impressive renovation project has provided River City residents with multiple lounges and co-working spaces, a party room, an acre of outdoor space with lush landscaping, outdoor grilling stations, available parking, and bike storage.
New South Loop High-Rises
In response to the neighborhood’s growth, the South Loop has also welcomed multiple breathtaking high-rises.
Eleven40– This brand new building, located at 1140 S. Wabash Street, offers residents unprecedented luxury living. The property features an aqua lounge pool and bar with a rooftop lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center with an exclusive yoga center, dedicated meeting pods, in-house entertainment suite, media and gaming rooms; and specifically for pets, a grooming station and outdoor dog run.
Eleven40’s desirable location provides residents easy access to Museum Campus, the Loop, Soldier Field, and McCormick Place. It is also steps away from the CTA’s Roosevelt Road Station, providing access to the Red, Green, and Orange line, making it easy to get to any part of the city.
Alta Roosevelt– Situated right in Printer’s Row, at 801 S. Financial Place, this modern high-rise offers residents a sleek living space in the middle of the neighborhood’s historic district.
The building features a rooftop deck and pool with private cabana, entertaining space with a multi-screen theatre, bar and outdoor terrace, a state-of-the-art fitness center with a private yoga studio, and a co-working hub with conference rooms. You can also treat yourself to some delicious treats from Dollop Coffee Company located in the lobby. Additionally, Pet owners will be pleased to find two outdoor pet parks and a pet spa onsite.
Essex on the Park– After nearly two years of construction, this impressive 56-story high-rise is finally open to provide residents with an unbeatable lakefront living experience.
Located at 808 S. Michigan Avenue, Essex on the Park features incredible amenities including a dramatic four-story winter garden with an indoor pool overlooking Grant Park, an outdoor patio with grilling stations, a fitness center with an indoor/outdoor yoga studio, a party room, cocktail lounge, and more. Residents will also get to enjoy all of the services of the adjacent Hotel Essex.
Additionally, this high-rise claims the title as Chicago’s first residential building to earn Well Certification thanks to the developers technologies that provide cleaner air and water and reduce fatigue from light glare and exterior noise.
Don’t miss out on the chance to make one of these stunning South Loop high-rises home. Get in contact with an experienced broker today!