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If you’re hoping to live near Fulton Market District, 215 Aberdeen may just be the perfect building. Living in the Blue Moon Lofts makes it simple to visit any one of the many shops, restaurants and entertainment venues in the area.

It’s an easy walk to several grocery stores and specialty food shops. In addition, the building sits within a short walk of several gyms and not far from options in public transportation.

Starting at around 725 square feet of living space, some of the largest units in the building command more than 1,700 square feet of space. With your choice of one to three-bedrooms, the open units also provide for private balconies, a gas fireplace and the convenience of in-unit laundry.

New buyers can expect to find an appealing mix of the old

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Tech giant, Google, has been in Chicago since 2000 and has grown steadily since expanding to the Windy City. Four years ago they made a high-profile move from River North to the new 1K Fulton development in Chicago's Fulton Market neighborhood, opening a new office that now staffs over 1,000 people.

It appears Google is poised to continue that expansion and is looking at additional options in various locations, including office space at 1000 W. Carroll Ave., 345 N. Morgan St, and320 N. Sangamon St., all just blocks from Google's main Chicago office. 

One of the primary reasons Google is looking for additional space is to grow their engineering staff. Chicago is ripe with engineering and development talent, which is generally more affordable and

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The West Loop has become Chicago's hottest downtown neighborhood, not to mention one of the priciest if you're looking for a sweet new place to live. But if you know where to look, not every West Loop condo requires a ridiculous budget, as you'll see below...

6 S. Laflin

One great place to begin your search is 6 S Laflin. The SkyTech Lofts feature wood flooring and high concrete ceilings. In addition, you’ll find a sensational rooftop deck with sweeping views of the city. Right now, you’ll find the option of a two-bedroom unit priced under $400K.

1201 W. Adams

Located at 1201 W Adams, Promenade also allows for a number of different floorplans in West Loop. A similar budget affords the option of a two-bedroom unit in the building.

225 S.

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Looking to make the move to what's arguably Chicago's hottest neighborhood this summer? Here's our short list of West Loop buildings to consider for a rental this moving season...

Skybridge Lofts

Located at 737 W Washington, the Skybridge Lofts offer up loft-style living in a high-rise setting. The property includes a fitness center, rooftop deck and a dog run. It also currently offers your choice of either a two- or three-bedroom rental starting this summer, providing at least 1,500 square feet of living space.

The Parker Fulton Market

More exceptional rental opportunities exist within 730 W Couch. The Parker Fulton Market enjoys access to a swimming pool, rooftop lounge and a fitness center. Floor plans range from studios to three-bedroom

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At home in one of Chicago’s most desirable areas, the West Loop Collection offers up dozens of new condos in a coveted setting. With eight units per building, buyers have the choice of a more traditional single-story condo, a four-bedroom duplex or even a penthouse duplex. Altogether this presents a number of luxurious options.

Ranging from three- to four-bedrooms, the units of West Loop Collection offer expansive floor plans to meet the needs of upscale buyers. Prospective new residents can expect to find such high-end additions as custom Italian cabinetry, premium appliances and wide plank oak hardwoods.

As well, the new units are outfitted with private balconies or rooftop decks, large kitchen islands and plenty of added extras. Buyers of the new West

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From its convenient address to its added extras, 1400 W Monroe is hard to top. In fact, we’ve found three things you’re sure to love about living in this West Loop building.

To begin with, the location is top notch. Just adjacent to a dog park, the building also enjoys a convenient location that’s close to area restaurants, bars, and even Chicago’s new McDonald’s headquarters. This puts everything you need and want in the area easily within reach.

The available layouts are equally impressive. The property features a spacious collection of two- and three-bedroom units, with thoughtfully designed homes and large floorplans sure to appeal to the needs of today’s most discriminating buyers.

Not to be outdone, the finishes of 1400 W Monroe are equally noteworthy.

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Looking for a classic urban loft in Downtown Chicago this spring? We know just where you should begin your search...

711 S. Dearborn

With open floor plans and impressive additions, the uniquely designed 711 S Dearborn allows for exposed brick and timber lofts in Downtown Chicago. Buyers can expect to find plenty of charming attributes, including a location that’s steps away from dining and public transportation.

360 W. Illinois

Also called the Sexton Lofts, 360 W Illinois enjoys timber lofts with a location close to shops, galleries and dining. This River North building provides its residents access to a rooftop deck, fitness center and a doorman.

312 N. May

New buyers can expect to find high ceilings and hardwood floors with the timber

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The Chicago city housing market cooled in the first quarter of the year, with the city performing much like the suburbs. Of the city’s 77 neighborhoods, sales were down in more than half of them during the first few months of 2019. Local agents have seen homes in some neighborhoods take longer to sell than they did during the same time period a year ago.

Analysts look at three key measures in determining a local market’s vitality. This includes the number of homes sold, the average time homes sit on the market and the median sale price.

In condos and townhomes specifically, no city neighborhoods saw improvements of all three measures during the first quarter of the year. In fact, only two neighborhoods in the Chicago area saw improvement in all three key

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Chicago condo buyers are sure to be in for a treat when it comes to 1000 W Monroe. This new construction property offers plenty to love, from its location to its added features.

The Neighborhood

Found in Chicago’s West Loop, Mille at 1000 West Monroe puts its future residents just a short stroll from everything you need and desire in the area. This coveted neighborhood also makes it easy to get around the rest of the Chicago area.

The Exclusivity

Another reason to fall in love with the property is its exclusivity. The building only has a dozen units to choose from. With just two residences per floor, it’s sure to be one of the most desirable new options for buyers.

The Living Spaces

The third great reason to choose 1000 W Monroe is the

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The West Loop is about to gain a new condo project. The same developer behind the 1000M high-rise plans for a seven-story condo building across from Skinner Park.

That 42-unit building will bring condos to an area that’s been much more focused on rentals lately. The new glass and gray brick building plans for the option of a two- or three-bedroom floor plan with designs ranging from 1,200 to 2,000 square feet of living space.

Plans call for a more affordable entry price, delivered with more limited amenities than other buildings in the area. The West Loop location, however, is expected to be an enticing extra, with the nearby park and dog park.

Located at Loomis and Monroe, the condos take the place of a former nursing and treatment center. Developers hope

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