The South Loop in Chicago offers a really unique opportunity to own a part of history in the form concrete lofts in the Old Chess Records Building at 320 E. 21st. Not to long ago it seemed that this neighborhood was a forgotten area in the south loop, marked by empty warehouses & urban blight. Now transformed into a vibrant trendy neighborhood, one that you will be proud to call home.
Located in the Historical Prairie District at South Prairie Avenue and 21st Street Chess Lofts is an innovative redevelopment of a former warehouse owned by the Chess Record Company.
The units have been rehabbed with beautiful finished such as new hardwood floors, Stainless steel appliances & granite counters. The ceiling heights vary from 12 ft. to 16 ft. There are 1 & 2 bedroom floor plans to choose from. The 1 bedrooms start at 793 Sq. ft. and the 2 bedrooms start at 1168 Sq. Ft. and all units have balcony’s with gorgeous lake or city views and huge windows. The building also offers extra storage, indoor parking, and an exercise room.
There are several restaurants within a few blocks of Chess Lofts. Triad Sushi Lounge and Café Society are popular options within a block of the building. The Cotton Club and Grace O’Malley’s are a popular choice for nightlife in the neighborhood.
Also located within minutes of chess lofts is Soldier Field for football, The Field Museum and The Adler Planetarium
If you are looking to live close to downtown without paying the high prices common in the Gold Coast or Near north side then Chess Lofts is an excellent option to consider.
Christine Hancock, Broker Associate with Prudential Rubloff specializing in downtown Chicago Real Estate including The Gold Coast, South Loop, West Loop, Streeterville & Lincoln Park for over 10 years. Call/Email Me today at 312-296-9300, or visit my website at DowntownChicagoRealEstate.com