Capitol Hill Lofts is a 90-unit loft condominium building, built in 1918 converted in 2000 – The complex has housed a hat maker, printer and other small manufacturing companies like the Uneeda Vacuum Company, as well as several restaurants. Amenities include: In-Unit washers & dryers, balconies, exercise room, bike room, storage lockers, deeded indoor & outdoor parking, and 24 hour security camera. Presently, this complex houses a White Hen Pantry, a Salon, Dry Cleaners, and a Chiropractic Center Built in 1918 and converted in 2000, this 90-unit loft condominium building is centrally located in the Jackson Loft Corridor District at the corner of Jackson and Des Plaines Avenue.
Because it is stationed just two blocks from Greektown, residents of Capitol Hill Lofts can enjoy an assortment of restaurants in the neighborhood. Walk a few blocks to Randolf Street and dine at the home to some of the best restaurants in the city, The Girl and a Goat, Vivo, and Pasha, just to name a few.