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Downtown Chicago Condo Building Directory

Finding the right condo in downtown Chicago can be challenging. Determining which neighborhood or location is a good fit for your lifestyle is usually priority number one, then it’s up to you to find the right condo building that fits all your needs and wants from both a living and budget standpoint. In general, most home buyers have their own unique way of browsing Chicago real estate, and if you’re someone who likes searching by building, you’ve come to the right place. Listed and organized by neighborhood, here’s a quick and easy way to search Chicago condos for sale by building…

Gold Coast Condo Buildings

Gold Coast Condo BuildingsWidely considered to be the premier place to live in downtown Chicago, Gold Coast condos are highly coveted by home buyers regardless of the building. For anybody wanting a Chicago condo with a fabulous, unobstructed view of Lake Michigan, there’s probably no better place to begin your search than right here in the Gold Coast. Seemingly countless condo buildings line Lake Shore Drive in the Gold Coast, but there’s also a pretty significant inventory of other condo units on the neighborhood’s interior as well. From vintage condos with all the charm and character in the world to magnificent newer construction condos that offer all the bells and whistles, anyone looking to enjoy living in a big city should love what the Gold Coast has to offer. A short list of several of our favorite Gold Coast condo buildings includes No. 9 Walton, 4 E. Elm, The Carlyle (1040 N. Lake Shore Drive), The Palmolive, Waldorf Astoria (11 E. Walton), and Park Tower. But the list certainly doesn't stop there, so to start searching Gold Coast condos by building, click on your desired location below!

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Streeterville Condo Buildings

Streeterville Condos BuildingsThere’s no doubt Streeterville is the go-to neighborhood in downtown Chicago for home buyers wanting a unique big city atmosphere. The buildings are tall and the lifestyle is fast-paced. And for those who already call Streeterville home, they wouldn’t have it any other way. The other upside to calling Streeterville home is that you’ll be just steps from many of the Windy City’s coolest attractions, including Navy Pier, the Magnificent Mile, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and of course Chicago’s spectacular lakefront. Condo buildings in Streeterville are plentiful and for our money, it doesn’t get much better than living close to Lake Shore Park. A rare open green space in downtown Chicago, it’s here you can escape the hustle and bustle of the big city while still being situated directly in the middle of it! But don’t just limit your search to this little part of the Streeeterville community. There’s plenty of other options out there too, especially along the riverfront, which is on the opposite side of the neighborhood. So, to begin your condo search, click on any of the Streeterville condo buildings that are listed below to start viewing listings!

River North Condo Buildings

River North Condo BuildingsPerhaps the best way to describe the condo market in Chicago’s River North neighborhood is by using the word ‘variety’. On one hand, River North is where you’ll find some of Chicago’s most expensive and most iconic condo buildings—see Trump Tower or The Contemporaine—while on the other hand, it’s also where you’ll find some of the coolest and most unique loft condos anywhere in the city. Those who already call River North home love it for it’s incredible collection of trendy restaurants and bars, not to mention all sorts of great shopping and entertainment options as well. In terms of location, living in River North also puts you close to the Gold Coast, the Loop, and even the West Loop, and when it comes down to it, where else would you want to go in downtown Chicago? Aside from Trump Tower and The Contemporaine, several of our other favorite condo buildings in River North include the Ritz Carlton Residences (118 E. Erie), The Ronsley, The Montgomery, and The Fordham. 900 N. Kingsbury and the Ontario Street Lofts (411 W. Ontario)  are also among our favorite loft conversions in River North as well. 

The Loop Condo Buildings

The Loop Condo BuildingsIn many ways, The Loop is essentially what’s considered the core of downtown Chicago. Bounded by the South Loop, the West Loop, River North, and the lakefront, living in the Loop truly is like living right in the middle of all the action. Within the Loop you’ll find the Chicago Stock Exchange, City Hall, the famed Chicago Theatre District, and some of the Windy City’s most iconic high-rises, including Willis Tower. In addition to the overall concrete landscape, The Loop is also home to a few of Chicago’s most recognized park spaces as well, including Millennium Park, Grant Park, and the recently built Maggie Daley Park. Up until recently, The Loop was primarily known for its towering commercial developments but starting after the recession, residential development started to boom all throughout The Loop and now it’s home to quite the variety of luxury residential buildings, both for sale and for rent. The Legacy at Millennium Park is arguably The Loop’s most recognizable and most impressive high-rise condo building, but the inventory here goes well beyond just one lone high-rise. Other popular Loop condo buildings include 212 W. Washington, 130 N. Garland, and several iconic buildings along South Michigan Avenue that boast a classic vintage elegance. 

South Loop Condo Buildings

South Loop Condo BuildingsJust prior to the recession that slowed development in downtown Chicago dramatically, anybody could see Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood was on the rise. Fast forward to about three or four years past the recession and the South Loop is back to being one of the city’s fastest growing neighborhoods. For many potential condo buyers thinking about a move to the neighborhood, it’s the South Loop’s easy access to the Loop and close proximity to the lakefront that truly makes this a unique opportunity. But in addition to that, South Loop real estate is also about as diverse as any neighborhood in the entire downtown area, presenting home buyers with everything from towering high-rise condo buildings with a full compliment of amenities to spectacular and authentic loft conversions that offer a whole lot of charm and character. If you’re thinking about moving to the South Loop and a condo or loft feels like the right fit, start browsing some of the neighborhoods best and most sought after buildings by clicking on any of the links below. 

West Loop Condo Buildings

West Loop Loft BuildingsThe West Loop neighborhood in downtown Chicago has a rich industrial history that has allowed much of the area to now have a unique urban vibe that you just won’t find in many other places around town. Filled with countless loft conversions that now house some of Chicago’s hottest residential lofts, real estate in the West Loop is about as hot as anywhere else in the city. On the outside, many of the old warehouses and factories have retained much of their original character, which is only one aspect to why lofts and other real estate and housing is so popular around this part of Chicago. Inside, living spaces are about as sleek and stylish as it gets, all without compromising each building’s unique history and antiquated flair. Exposed brick walls, high timber and concrete ceilings, exposed duct work and gleaming hardwood flooring are all part of the interior make-up of so many West Loop loft and condo buildings, but the finishes and fine details are really what make living in any number of these locations special. Living in the West Loop also means you’ll only be just steps from Chicago’s famous ‘Restaurant Row’, which is where you’ll find the best collection of restaurants and cafes the Windy City has to offer. If you’re like so many other Chicagoans and are thinking about a move to the West Loop, start browsing what’s available by clicking on any of the local loft and condo buildings below!

Lincoln Park Condo Buildings

Lincoln Park Condo BuildingsLincoln Park is one of Chicago’s best neighborhoods to call home for a variety of reasons. First, Lincoln Park real estate has just about everything you could want when searching for a new home, from lofts and condos to townhomes and luxury single-family homes. In addition, it’s location right along the lakefront is perfect for those who like to stay active or enjoy being outside during the summer months, which certainly appeals to just about anybody living in the city. Along the lakefront sits a nice variety of high-rise condo buildings that offer tremendous, unobstructed views of Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyline, while further inland is where you’ll find what’s arguably Chicago’s best and most extensive variety of vintage condos, three and four flats, and beautiful courtyard buildings. In terms of iconic Lincoln Park condo buildings, there obviously isn’t as many iconic buildings as you’ll find in the heart of downtown, however if there is one location that particularly stands out, it has to be Lincoln Park 2550, located at 2550 N. Lakeview Avenue. Designed by the renowned Lucien Lagrange, this Lincoln Park high-rise rivals any other condo building in the city, offering lavish living spaces and upscale lifestyle amenities that won’t disappoint. For a closer look at condos at Lincoln Park 2550 and other Lincoln Park buildings, click on any of the links below to start viewing active listings. 

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