- Neighborhood: South Loop
- Address: 611 S Wells
- Built: 2008
- Stories: 32
- Units: 232
- Style: High-rise condos
- FHA approved
- On-site manager & engineer
- 24 / 7 door staff
- Fitness center
- Party room
- Bike room
- Garage parking
- Pet-friendly, pet count limits
What’s Best About Vetro Condos Chicago?
“Vetro Condos Chicago or “Vetro” at 611 S Wells is a shimmering blue / green reflective glass tower in Chicago’s equally shimmering South Loop neighborhood.”
Let’s take a closer look…
Constructed in 2008, Vetro has 232 individual condominium residences and sits in close proximity to all the places most Chicago residents to be. And in case you’re curious, the name Vetro is Italian for glass. A fitting name for this gorgeous glass high-rise building.
Vetro offers residents outstanding amenities, design and location.
Vetro has the amenities people highly appreciate in a condo home.
For instance, 24/7 door personnel, reserved spa rooms with steam and whirlpools, fitness center, community area, sundeck and a bike room.
Moreover, Vetro Condos Chicago is a pet-friendly building with a dog park less than a block away. (You will want to ask about the pet policy as there are restrictions as to the number of pets.)
Plus, as a building Vetro offers the added value of being FHA approved.
Walls of glass and exposed concrete ceilings give these one and two bedroom units a decidedly modern feel. And the concrete ceilings are great for those who like peace and quiet. Plus, most units have floor-to-ceiling windows. Some with spectacular city views.
Here there are luxurious finishes throughout. For example, units may offer spa-like bathrooms with soaking tubs and large balconies.
Plus, luxury kitchens with high-end appliances and granite countertops. Many also offer hardwood or bamboo flooring. And most units come with deeded indoor parking.
In addition, recently South Wells street has undergone major renovations adding many more amenities. For instance, a divvy station, restaurants, shops and of course the Southbank Riverwalk which offers wonderful views the river and Chicago.
The location offers easy commuting, access to great schools plus some of Chicago’s best parks, dining, shopping and culture. For those looking to really delve into all Chicago has to offer, it doesn’t get much better than this location.
Let’s take a closer look…
Given its location at 611 S Wells, Vetro offers residents an unparalleled choice of commuting options.
Many residents walk to work in the Loop. For those commuting by car, the building offers convenient access to highways 90/94 and 290.
And, from here literally all trains are easily accessible. For instance, it’s just steps to the CTA Blue Line, and only a few blocks to the Red Line, Union Station and Ogilvie Transportation Center.
Moreover, it’s just a 10-15 minute commute to UIC, the Illinois Medical District and the Financial district.
For residents with children, the South Loop offers nearby public and private school options. For example, South Loop Elementary School and DayStar Academy. Plus, just a few blocks south is the British International School.
There are also several nearby universities. For example, UIC and Roosevelt University.
Looking for a little green space? Roosevelt Park is about three blocks away and has a track and two public tennis courts.
Want a bigger green space? Grant Park and Millennium Park are just as close. Plus there’s the walking and cycling path along the lake.
Vetro has an ideal location for residents wishing to take advantage of Chicago’s amazing restaurants.
There’s a wide variety of choice at various price points in the neighborhood. Moreover, the West Loop’s famous “Restaurant Row” is nearby.
Shopping for everyday needs is also easy here. For example, Whole Foods, Staples and Marshalls are just a few blocks away.
In addition there’s the nearby Roosevelt Collection Shops which feature Banana Republic, Old Navy, Victoria’s Secret, H&M and the Container Store.
One of the best things about living at Vetro is the easy access to Chicago’s most popular cultural attractions. For instance, the Museum Campus which is a collection of true cultural gems. Namely, the Field Museum, Adler Planetarium and Shedd Aquarium.
And there’s also The Art Institute of Chicago. Not to mention the Chicago Symphony and the Auditorium Theater.
To conclude, with all these positive aspects, it’s easy to see why Vetro is indeed one of Chicago’s best condo buildings.
If you have questions about buying, selling or renting a condo at Vetro Condos Chicago ask Janeen, she lives and works in the neighborhood and knows the building well.