Printers Row Lofts For Sale

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Printers Row Real Estate Market 

Printers Row is a small pocket neighborhood that’s part of Chicago’s South Loop. Nestled between Congress Parkway and Polk Street, Printers Row is named for this particular part of Chicago being the hub of the Midwest printing industry back in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Today, Printers Row is truly one of downtown’s top destinations for loft lovers or anyone in search of the perfect live/work space. And for even added appeal and desirability, many of the old and historic warehouses that still stand in Printers Row are historically significant and were originally designed by famous architects like Danial Burnham and William Holabird. 

Printers Row Amenities & Attractions 

South Dearborn Street really acts as the neighborhood’s main thoroughfare. It’s here you’ll find a charming collection of retail shops, restaurants, and one of our favorite bars in this part of Chicago—Kasey’s Tavern. Dearborn Station is also a landmark building that sits at Polk and Dearborn in Printers Row, which is known for its historic, 12-story red-brick Romanesque clock tower. When the building was finished back in 1885, Dearborn Station acted as one of Chicago’s primary train stations, however, it’s since been redeveloped into office space and one of the Printers Row’s primary retail centers. Sandmeyer’s Bookstore, which originally opened all the way back in 1982, is also a Printers Row favorite among local residents and visitors, and it’s widely considered to be a can’t miss stop if you’re ever in the neighborhood. Grant Park is also just a few blocks east, helping make Printers Row an especially appealing place to live during summer months.

Printers Row Transit 

Getting to and from Printers Row is actually pretty easy thanks to its central South Loop location. The Harrison Red Line station runs just east of the neighborhood and the Van Buren Street Metra and South Shore Line station is also just a few short blocks away as well. Major CTA bus lines that run in or around Printers Row include the #24 (Clark), the #22 (Polk/Dearborn), and the #62 (Kinzie/State). 

Printers Row Condo Buildings 

Searching Printers Row lofts for sale and Printers Row lofts for sale? While not downtown Chicago's largest neighborhood by any means, Printers Row is still packed with some of the coolest residential loft conversions you'll find anywhere in town. And for a closer look inside any of the loft buildings found throughout the Printers Row neighborhood, choose your desired address using our building directory below.