The South Loop real estate for sale is rapidly becoming one of the hottest urban neighborhoods in Chicago and it does not seem that the area will cease development and growth anytime soon. Prospective homebuyers have a wealth of newly built high-rises and townhomes from which to choose when in search of a new home in Chicago's South Loop real estate market. A Chicago trend nonetheless, more and more couples and families are in search for the perfect neighborhood which allows them to work, dine, attend school, play, and enjoy the nightlife all within steps of their residences. In addition to the increasing amount of urban residences, the South Loop houses some of Chicago’s top tourist attractions and sports venues. Travelers from near and far congregate within Museum Campus and cannot get enough of what the unique area has to offer. From the Shedd Aquarium to the Field Museum, the culturally aware and art-appreciate folks surely have many options. Home to the Chicago Bears, Soldier Field has become a top destination for Sunday football as well as many concerts. New restaurants continue to pop up along the streets of the South Loop and the bar-goers have a surplus of watering holes on any night of the week.
South Loop Neighbors to Host Annual Loft Walk
CHICAGO, IL (6/4/2015)---Join the South Loop Neighbors on Saturday, October 10th, 2015
for the 17th annual Loft Walk from 12 noon until 5 p.m. Registration / Check in at
Dearborn Station opens at 10:30 am, 47 W. Polk Street, Chicago.
“This highly anticipated event offers visitors the unique experience to see inside
100-year-old printing factories on Printers Row and 1920’s-50’s automobile showrooms
on Motor Row,that have been converted into stylish urban residences as well as shiny
new high-rises and "soft lofts" that offer all the modern amenities” said Jim Michaels,
Chairperson of the 2015 Loft Walk. “Annually the LoftWalk attracts over 500 attendees
from the Chicago Metro area. This self-guided tour begins at Dearborn Station.
Participants can either walk the route or take advantage of the free trolley.”
All proceeds will benefit South Loop Neighbors, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded in 1996 as Historic Printers Row Neighbors. South Loop Neighbors is dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of the quality of life in South Loop landmark districts and neighborhoods.
Tickets may be purchased in advance online at southloopneighbors.org/ for $30 until October 7th. Tickets will then be available at the door for $40 (cash) the day of the event.
About South Loop Neighbors
South Loop Neighbors is a non-profit membership based organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in the South Loop and preserving the area's landmark districts. South Loop Neighbors serves members and residents within the area bounded by Congress Parkway to approximately 16th Street and from the Chicago River to Lake Michigan.