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Both the building and the individual homes have been lovingly maintained and are likely turnkey with finishes like polished tile flooring, hardwood, quartz counters and marble backsplash, stainless steel appliances and sleek cabinetry, and exposed ductwork. Homes commonly have features like island kitchen, master bath with double vanity and soaker tub, laundry hookup, a multitude of windows with skyline views, fireplace, terrace, and may have ceiling fans and pendant lighting. Access to individual homes is from a wide, well-lit, artfully appointed hallway from the elevator, continuing the chic contemporary vibe from the lobby.
The contemporary urban design at 1001 W Madison Street in Chicago’s West Loop is one of the most sought after buildings on the market. The building’s corner location with brick & glass exterior & recessed terraces has savvy curb appeal with a landscaped plaza & street parking. Built in 2001, the building fits in seamlessly with many of the more industrial converted factories & warehouses common in the neighborhood. The seven-story dwelling houses 1st floor retail with 90 condos above.
The building housing 1001 West Madison condos is quite inviting with the aforementioned curb appeal that leads to a spacious, beautifully decorated lobby with fireplace and lounge seating. It’s a welcoming environment to greet your guests or to meet up with friends for a fun night on the town. There’s plenty of community space outside, also, on the wide sundeck fitted with bench seating. Additional amenities include a fitness room with cardio machines, weight machines and free weights, as well as bike room, storage, receiving room, and garage parking.
There certainly is no shortage of things to do when you reside at 1001 West Madison Street. Restaurant Row could keep you occupied for several outings, whether you're enjoying a deliciously crafted meal or visiting a nightclub to enjoy an extended evening. Shoppers have their pick of retail stores and boutiques in the West Loop ranging from antiques, thrift stores, designer boutiques and galleries. Greektown is located just to the south and has plenty of its own pleasures from authentic Greek cuisine and bakery morsels to museums and the ever-popular Greek festivals. Residents have convenient access to a wide radius of public transit stops and to the expressway.