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The South Loop is a vibrant neighborhood with luxury condos, diverse real estate choices, and some of the most awesome views in Chicago, bordered on the north by Roosevelt Road, on the east by Lake Michigan, on the south by 18th Street, and on the west by the Chicago River
Discover the Growing South Loop Neighborhood
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1600 South Prairie Avenue 2404, Chicago, IL - $4,125,000
233 East 13th Street 2505, Chicago, IL - $1,795,000
1335 South Prairie Avenue 1501, Chicago, IL - $1,749,000
1211 South Prairie Avenue 3201, Chicago, IL - $1,625,000
1201 South Prairie Avenue 5301, Chicago, IL - $1,450,000
1211 South Prairie Avenue 6002, Chicago, IL - $1,380,000
1201 South Prairie Avenue 3301, Chicago, IL - $1,350,000
1201 South Prairie Avenue 4103, Chicago, IL - $1,250,000
1211 South Prairie Avenue 1604, Chicago, IL - $1,170,000
1211 South Prairie Avenue 606, Chicago, IL - $1,025,000
1211 South Prairie Avenue 1106, Chicago, IL - $1,024,000
1201 South Prairie Avenue 3902, Chicago, IL - $999,900
Discover the Growing South Loop Neighborhood
While for years the area was home to rail yards and train stations, not luxury realtors selling high-end condos and mini-mansions, its revitalization began in 1992 with the development of Central Station. Perfectly situated on the lakefront, the 72-acre community of townhomes and condominium buildings offered professionals a quick commute to work in the Loop, families easy access to parks and beaches and everyone a cultural experience right at their doorstep. In 1998, following the major development of the South Loop, the area was reconfigured with additional parks and green space to become The Museum Campus, home to a collection of seven internationally renowned museums. Just eight miles south of Chicago's Magnificent Mile, the campus became a destination for local cultural buffs, tourists, and buyers looking for more dramatic views, less congestion, and lakefront access. Meeting the demand of these new luxury condo buyers, a complex of striking residential towers was completed by 2009. The most luxurious are The Grant 1201 S Prairie and One Museum Park East 1211 S Prairie and the most-anticipated crown jewel is Helmut Jahn's 1000M at 1000 South Michigan Avenue. Call Chicago South Loop luxury realtor Linda Shaughnessy to bring the best South Loop luxury real estate on the market to you.
The South Loop neighborhood in Chicago offers a variety of activities and attractions to explore. Here are some things you can do in the South Loop:
Museum Campus: This area houses some of Chicago's most famous museums, including the Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, and Adler Planetarium. You can spend hours exploring these educational and entertaining attractions.
Grant Park: This large urban park features beautiful landscapes, walking paths, and iconic sculptures. It's home to Buckingham Fountain, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Millennium Park cultural center.
Millennium Park: Known for its striking architecture and public art installations, Millennium Park is home to the famous Cloud Gate sculpture (often referred to as "The Bean"), the Jay Pritzker Pavilion for outdoor concerts, and the Crown Fountain.
Soldier Field: If you're a sports fan, consider catching a Chicago Bears football game at this historic stadium. The field also hosts other events and concerts.
Columbia College Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Photography: This museum is dedicated to showcasing contemporary photography exhibitions and fostering a deeper understanding of the medium.
Roosevelt Collection Shops: This shopping center offers a mix of retail stores, restaurants, and a movie theater, providing a convenient place to shop, dine, and catch a flick.
Parks and Trails: The South Loop offers various parks and walking trails, like Ping Tom Memorial Park along the Chicago River. It's a great spot for picnics, strolls, and relaxation.
Dining and Nightlife: The South Loop has a diverse range of dining options, from casual eateries to upscale restaurants. You can also find bars, lounges, and clubs for nightlife entertainment.
Chinatown: While not directly in the South Loop, Chinatown is nearby and offers a vibrant cultural experience with its shops, restaurants, and cultural events.
Events and Festivals: Keep an eye out for events and festivals that take place in the South Loop throughout the year, such as outdoor concerts, food festivals, and cultural celebrations.
Cermak-McCormick Place CTA Station: If you're attending a convention or event at McCormick Place, the CTA station nearby provides easy access to the South Loop and other parts of the city.
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Listing information last updated on September 30th, 2023 at 8:23am CDT.