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Once a thriving industrial area, the economic downturn of the 1970s forever transformed the River North neighborhood into a creative colony, offering emerging artists and writers affordable lofts and studios in shuttered warehouses. Fortunately, with growth and prosperity, a sense of the neighborhood's bohemian culture remained. Today, in addition to luxury condos, lofts, and mini-mansions, River North realtor Linda Shaughnessy finds that buyers are attracted to the area because the River North Gallery District has the greatest concentration of art galleries in the United States, outside of Manhattan
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If you're torn between wanting to live by the water but don't want to be on Lake Shore Drive, you'll enjoy discovering Chicago's River North neighborhood, just south of Chicago Avenue and north of the Loop, east of the Magnificent Mile, and bounded on the south and west by the Chicago River, dubbed Chicago's second shoreline by Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Surrounded by Chicago's premier downtown neighborhoods, the Loop, the Gold Coast, and Streeterville, River North has become a living and entertainment destination in its own right. It boasts the highest concentration of restaurants in the city of Chicago, including over fifty Michelin rated eateries like the popular Beatrix and Bavette's Bar & Boeuf. Bordered by the Magnificent Mile to the east, River North residents enjoy easy access to upscale shopping, but leave the traffic to Michigan Avenue. The Chicago River wraps around the south and west edges of the neighborhood, punctuated with picturesque bridges, tranquil waterside walkways, and patios for al fresco dining. A destination for architects and interior designers, the River North Design District is home to the Merchandise Mart, a four million square foot building with block-long floors of wholesale showrooms brimming with furniture fabrics, and home accessories. LuxeHome, located on the main floor, has restaurants and select showrooms open to the public.
Chicago luxury River North realtor Linda Shaughnessy and her team offer unique insight on how the area's transformation from industrial district to cultural hotspot has resulted in an array of residences to suit diverse luxury urban lifestyles. From vintage loft conversions to multi-million dollar homes to new luxury high-rises, all of these spaces have a prime location with the Chicago River and the Loop's skyline as a backdrop. Condo developments along the river continue to produce new residences with open layouts for ultra-modern tastes. Renelle on the River epitomizes subtle yet elegant design with spacious three and four bedroom condominiums with floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies capturing panoramic city and river views. The first class amenities, including a private rooftop lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center with private yoga room, and outdoor dog run, ensure the ultimate urban lifestyle.
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Listing information last updated on April 15th, 2021 at 9:18am CDT.