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Experience authentic loft living at the Peoria Lofts at 110 North Peoria, a pleasant tree lined street in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood. From the industrial exterior of the building to the true loft details inside, this is the real deal for urban loft living. This low-rise boutique building offers 28 homes over 5 floors, with 8 unique floor plans. Because of the desirable location & layout of the building, units only come available once or twice a year.
The layouts of Peoria Lofts are open so that you can configure the space as best fits your needs, whether it’s a separate dining space, office area, or additional living space. Most homes offer fireplaces and have updated kitchens. The inviting common roof deck adds to the community feel of the building and the neighborhood. At any one time you can find an art gallery, photography studio and jewelry designer housed at 110 N. Peoria Street, making Peoria Lofts a true urban loft living environment.
One of the most enticing elements of Peoria Lofts at 110 N Peoria is the location inside the West Loop neighborhood. You’re steps away from world-renown dining of any type on Restaurant Row along Randolph Street. And, since the West Loop is known for its eclectic array of galleries, boutiques, antique shops and more, you can shop and dine your way through the entire neighborhood, rarely hitting the same spot twice. If you’re a night owl, there are plenty of nightclubs and lounges in the area that help you extend the evening’s fun. For every day errands, banks, grocery stores, pharmacies, and discount stores are within easy reach, especially with the convenient access of the expressway and public transportation. To expand your cultural horizons when you live at Peoria Lofts, Greektown is two blocks away and has a whole host of activities, festivals, bakeries, restaurants and museums to let your inner-Greek out and maybe even learn a new dance or try a new food. Greenspace is close by at Mary Bartelme Park, designed with separate areas for children, pets, fountain water play, and open lawn. Raised beds with native landscaping coupled with benches containing salvaged architectural elements from the original infirmary at this site, unite the history and the natural elements of the neighborhood.
110 N Peoria is located between the new Green line station at Morgan St. and the UIC Halsted Blue Line stop. You are also just 4 blocks to Union Station and the Metra Station, and you will find buses on almost every corner right outside the door. Access the The Kennedy, Eisenhower and Dan Ryan expressways are all with a few blocks.