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Talk about experiencing an authentic loft lifestyle! Heartbreak Lofts at 17 North Loomis Street in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood is a classic industrial building that has been artfully converted into residential space while leaving many of the industrial components that are now all the rage. The brick façade, architectural detail and multi-paned windows keep the building honest to its roots, yet welcome in contemporary urban living. At four stories and 69 units, the building is quiet and is ideally located for commuting to work or school, working from home, dining out, or recreating. Trendy restaurants, art galleries, spas, and grocery stores are all within a few blocks of the building. Read more... or view new listings now. Heartbreak Lofts at 17 N Loomis is a very popular building that tends to sell very fast when a unit becomes available, so check back often for new listings.
Heartbreak Lofts is a boutique concrete loft building offering large wide open spaces, huge windows, concrete pillars, hardwood floors and fireplaces. This fashionable loft building located at 17 N Loomis St, is 4 stories high with 7 different floor plans. One of the fantastic selling points of these units are the windows! Not only are they plentiful, but they are large and flood the space with natural light, which reflects off of gleaming floors to enhance the space. They also frame an iconic Chicago skyline view from the residence. Because of the building’s concrete bones, noise from neighbors and the street is greatly reduced. Interior loft characteristics include high, exposed concrete ceilings, industrial-style windows, exposed ductwork, and brick feature walls. Students from Malcolm X College or The University of Illinois will find Heartbreak Lofts to be an affordable option for student housing. Most homes have hardwood throughout, efficient kitchens with quality cabinetry - some with granite and tiled backsplash, stainless steel appliances, tiled baths, balcony, and fireplace. In-unit laundry and storage are also an added bonus. Recently sold residences include one- and two-bedroom homes with up to 2.5 baths. The loft layout is wide open so that it can configured to your personal preference with partitioned bedrooms. Bedrooms are spacious with plenty of room for bedroom suites or a study/work station. Baths are also commodious, some with tile and double vanities.
Because Heartbreak Lofts are in a pet-friendly building, being across the street from Skinner Park is a definite advantage. The over seven-acre park has activities and programs for the whole family, whether members have two or four legs! Union Park is also close by and is a favorite neighborhood amenity. When it’s time to feed your crew or entertain your friends, Restaurant Row on Randolph Street is two blocks north and offers an amazing variety of cuisine. Looking for genuine Greek food and heritage? Greektown is a short trip away. The unique shops and boutiques along Madison Street provide a great experience to while away the hours. History and architecture buffs will enjoy the proximity to Old St. Patrick’s Church, dedicated in 1856, and sports enthusiasts will be attracted to nearby United Center, home to the Bulls and the Blackhawks.