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Looking for an authentic loft living experience? Look no further than Warehouse 312, also known as Warehouse Lofts at 312 North May Street in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood.
Warehouse Lofts at 312 N May St. was converted in 2000 to 59 authentic loft residences offering 1-3 bedroom homes. The building is located in the Fulton Market District of the West Loop, soon to be home to the new Google Complex in Chicago.
The conversion of this warehouse to residences has enabled the character of the building to endure while allowing for updated, spacious homes with all the conveniences of urban living in the 21st century. For the true loft lover, 312 N May St should be a building to explore.
Six stories and 59 individual units at Warehouse Lofts at 312 N May have two bedrooms and two baths with loads of loft features like soaring, beamed ceilings, brick interior walls, exposed ductwork and true loft bedroom. The homes are spacious from 1,560 square feet with widows and a variety of open layouts that allow the homeowner to customize their space to suit their needs. Closets are plentiful, and some units have hardwood throughout, granite kitchens with room to move around, in-unit laundry, and spacious tiled baths. Pet owners are welcome! The building has a fabulous roof-top deck with amazing views of the city and plenty of extra storage for resident convenience. The exterior of this corner building at 312 N May retains its classic brick façade, wonderfully maintained through the years, with unique architectural details that lend style to this functional residential building.
The location of Warehouse Lofts, also sometimes referred to as Warehouse 312, has many advantages, one of them being a great walk-to-work option in the vibrant West Loop area. Public transit is also available and the expressway is nearby and easily accessed for travel by car.
New restaurants and boutiques seem to be starting up weekly in this booming neighborhood. For dining, shopping and entertainment, just choose your direction and go! Randolph Street, named Chicago’s Best Foodie Street by foodandwine.com, is just a few blocks to the south and offers a wide array of tempting cuisine and spirits. In addition to the many restaurants and nightspots, Randolph Street also boasts interesting shops and boutiques, including Randolph Street Market and Chicago Antique Market, just to name a couple of stops along the way. Greektown is also not far away and provides a totally unique experience in dining and culture, where you can experience not only street festivals but parades and a myriad of authentic Greek heritage events. For a little green space, whether it be for down time or outdoor recreation, visit Union or Skinner Parks, each within a comfortable walking distance or pleasant bike ride.