Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood is an amazing blend of cultural treasures, living history, and world-class entertainment. Located south of downtown, this area stretches from Congress Parkway south to the Stevenson Expressway and from the lakefront to roughly Canal Street/the river. The area encompasses an impressive array of landmark attractions and famous historic districts including Printer’s Row, Museum Campus, Grant Park, Northerly Island, Soldier Field, McCormick Place, Motor Row district, and Prairie Avenue district.
The neighborhood’s real estate offers a variety of price points appealing to luxury-seekers, urban professionals, and university students alike. Listings in this area include single-family mansions, gorgeous row houses, well-appointed high-rise condos, and urban lofts.
The South Loop has a wonderful and varied collection of entertainment. Northerly Island, a 91-acre peninsula, offers peaceful nature paths and a modern concert venue. Printer’s Row hosts an extremely popular annual literature festival. Soldier Field is the home of the Chicago Bears. Museum Campus houses the world class Field Museum, Shedd Aquarium, and Adler Planetarium. The neighborhood also has trendy restaurants and lots of great shopping.
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