Printers Row Real Estate, Printers Row Lofts, Living in Printers Row

Printer’s Row Real Estate Guide

Welcome, here you’ll find everything you need to know about living in Printer’s Row including all the latest Printer’s Row real estate listings for sale, Printer’s Row lofts as well as rentals.

Specifically, here you can:

We invite you to explore all that makes Chicago’s Printer’s Row neighborhood one of the very best places to live in the city.

Printer’s Row Real Estate Listings For Sale

$225,000
Condo For Sale
Active
1
BED
1
TOTAL BATHS
975
SQFT
780 South Federal Street #504
Chicago, IL 60605
 
$435,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
2
BED
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,542
SQFT
547 South Clark Street #806
Chicago, IL 60605
 
$422,500
Condo For Sale
Active
2
BED
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,407
SQFT
547 South Clark Street #301
Chicago, IL 60605
 
$150,000
Condo For Sale
Active
1
TOTAL BATHS
680 South Federal Street #309
Chicago, IL 60605
 
New Listing - 3 days online
$319,900
Condo For Sale
New
2
BED
1
TOTAL BATHS
1,200
SQFT
600 South Dearborn Street #1216
Chicago, IL 60605
 
New Listing - 4 days online
$169,900
Condo For Sale
New
1
BED
1
TOTAL BATHS
660
SQFT
780 South Federal Street #606
Chicago, IL 60605
Printers Square Subdivision
New Listing - 4 days online
$264,500
Condo For Sale
New
1
BED
1
TOTAL BATHS
900
SQFT
740 South Federal Street #1104
Chicago, IL 60605
 
New Listing - 4 days online
$350,000
Condo For Sale
New
2
BED
2
TOTAL BATHS
1,200
SQFT
600 South Dearborn Street #1401
Chicago, IL 60605
The Transportation Building Subdivision

Best Printer’s Row Loft Buildings

When you think of Printer’s Row real estate of course vintage lofts come to mind.

Here are three of our favorite vintage loft buildings in Printer’s Row. We recommend browsing listings in these buildings as a starting point.

We know all the Printer’s Row loft buildings exceptionally well and can assist you with buying, selling or renting in any building.

Living In Printer’s Row

Living in Printer’s Row means enjoying a close knit eclectic neighborhood with an interesting literary history, a great location plus amazing Printer’s Row lofts at every turn.

Eclectic

Locally, Printer’s Row has quite a reputation for drawing eclectic and interesting people into its net. In part this is due to the literary history of the neighborhood but we believe it’s also because Printer’s Row real estate is in itself ecelctic in nature.

Printer’s Row is located south of downtown Chicago within the greater South Loop neighborhood. It sits just above the popular Dearborn Park neighborhood.

On the map, it stretches from Congress Parkway on the north to Polk Street on the south and from the Chicago River on the west to Plymouth Court on the east.

Literary

Printer’s Row retains its connection to its literary history. For example, there is an Annual Literature Festival each June.

Started in 1984, it draws booksellers and readers from all over the city. Hundreds of stalls span both Dearborn and Harrison Streets.

Almost any book in any edition can be found. The Literature Festival offers everything from cheap paper backs to rare first editions; you name it you can find it here.

Convenient

Currently, many business people and professionals occupy Printer’s Row lofts. Since living in these buildings allows them to walk to work.

Printer’s Row real estate might be right for you if you value convenience. For example, one can quickly get to the lake for a bike ride or to Grant Park and Museum campus.

Printer’s Row sits in the middle of the South Loop making living in Printer’s Row super convenient. All the more reason to consider calling this little gem of a neighborhood home sweet home.

Historic Printer’s Row Lofts

As you might expect, buildings in Printer’s Row were originally established for the printing and publishing industry. These buildings have now been converted into lofts.

If you love loft living, this place is for you for sure. Here you’ll find many Chicago lofts for sale. And many are still known by their original publishing house names.

The long, narrow streets allow for the maximum amount of sunlight to enter these tall buildings. This was necessary at one time to assist in the engraving and typesetting processes. These days it’s a great feature of the loft conversions which occupy many of the old buildings.

To conclude, if you want to buy vintage loft in a well-located pocket neighborhood steps from all that Chicago offers and where there’s a literary history and interesting people, buying Printer’s Row real estate might be right for you.

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