The Loop Homes for Sale

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The Loop Real Estate Market 

The Chicago Loop is where you’ll find many of the city’s tallest buildings and oldest loft conversions. For some, it’s the ultimate walk-to-work location in downtown Chicago. And for others, it’s a location that offers a big city living experience unlike any other neighborhood in the Windy City. Prior to a number of high-profile residential projects being developed, the Loop was rarely thought of as a destination for home buyers and renters to consider. But with the emergence of countless new restaurants, retail space, and high-rise condo and apartment towers, it’s now widely considered a wonderful place to live, work, and play all in one spot.

The Loop Amenities & Attractions

If you’re looking to truly live in the heart of the city, the Loop is actually considered Chicago’s official downtown. Bounded by the main branch of the Chicago River to the north, the South Branch of the Chicago River to the west, Lake Michigan to the east, and Roosevelt Road to the south, the Loop is best described as a bustling urban setting that has a little bit of everything. Along with world-class shopping on State Street and a theatre district that’s touted as one of the best in the country, you’ll also find Chicago’s primary financial district in the Loop, as well as Millennium Park, Grant Park, and a number of the world’s most-visited cultural attractions as well.

The Loop Transit 

Given the Loop is named for the elevated train’s loop around the downtown core, it of course makes sense that access to just about every mode of public transpiration is easy from nearly any location in the area. The CTA Red Line has stations art Lake, Monroe, and Jackson; the Blue Line at Clark/Lake, Washington, Monroe, and Jackson; and the Brown, Green, Orange and Purple lines at State/Lake, Randolph/Wabash, Madison/Wabash, and Adams/Wabash. The Metra also operates out of Millennium Station, as does the South Shore Line as well. 

The Loop Condo Building Directory 

Are you searching the Loop condos for sale? Check out what’s available in some of the Loop’s most sought-after condo buildings and high-rises. Featured below are loft buildings and condo towers scattered throughout the Loop neighborhood, allowing condo buyers to conveniently break down their search and only browse buildings that match individual needs, wants, and/or their budget.