West Loop Apartments
The area that the West Loop neighborhood grew out of was once a warehouse district in the 1800s. Today, the West Loop has grown into a hip urban neighborhood with an abundance of art galleries and true loft spaces - lofts with exposed brick, beams and high ceilings. As one of Chicago's fastest-growing neighborhoods, the West Loop has exploded Chicago's restaurant scene and aptly earned its name "Restaurant Row." The breadth of the West Loop food scene means you can treat yourself to the best burger in the city at Au Cheval, grab a baked treat from Little Goat and cap off the whole evening with a night-cap from a champagne salon.
The juxtaposition of warehouses turned popular restaurants adds to the creatively edgy vibe of this vibrant Chicago neighborhood. It's easy to get caught up in the restaurant scene here and forget about some of the gorgeous green spaces that provide a welcome escape from the bustling city life: including Mary Bartelme Park and Union Park which is home to Pitchfork Music Festival. Whether you're a foodie, electric scooter advocate, cocktail connoisseur or lover of the hip loft life, West Loop is the place to be.
768 W. Jackson
180 W. Adams