- Neighborhood: West Loop
- Address: 411 S Sangamon
- Built: Approx. 1914
- Stories: 7
- Units: 83
- Style: Live / work brick & timber lofts
- Bike room
What’s Best About 411 S Sangamon Lofts?
“411 S Sangamon was originally built as a warehouse in 1914 and today offers authentic brick and timber lofts in a super convenient West Loop location.”
Let’s take a closer look…
Authentic loft building
For those seeking authentic loft living, 411 S Sangamon Lofts should not be missed. In fact, these lofts were authentic enough to be featured in NBC’s popular series “Chicago Fire”.
As you enter the building from the cul-de-sac green space courtyard you’ll immediately feel the vibe of these authentic live / work lofts. They truly define the word “unique”.
For instance, most lofts here have 11 ft ceilings, massive warehouse style windows, original wood flooring, exposed brick walls and many more special features. One unit even has an vintage walk-in safe!
There are 83 loft units in the building with 14 floor plans. Most are 1 and 2 bedroom units ranging in size from 900 to 2,500 sq. ft.
Plus, there’s at least one combo unit that forms a massive 4 bed / 4 bath, 3,800 sq. ft. loft with an expansive private roof deck featuring a grilling station, daybeds. In addition, there’s even a hot tub with stunning views of the Chicago skyline. However, it should be noted that most lofts here do not feature outdoor space.
The building entrance is off a cul-de-sac landscaped courtyard for some nice green space. The building does not have on-site parking, but residents can rent parking nearby.
Super convenient location
Sangamon Lofts are ideally located in the West Loop. Perfect for so many reasons.
First, let’s talk green space. When you’re ready to get outside, Mary Bartelme Park is just two blocks north of the building and offers a ton of great features. For instance, a dedicated dog park, a great lawn ideal for lounging on summer days and a large children’s playground. Speaking of kids, the Sangamon Lofts is located in the well-rated Skinner West Elementary School District.
Second, from here shopping is a breeze with Target, Mariano’s and Whole foods are all just a few blocks away.
Third, when you’re looking for an evening out, here you’ll have endless nearby choices. For example, there’s Greektown just a few blocks east, the legendary “Restaurant Row” along Randolph Street just to the north and of course plenty of dining and entertainment choices in the nearby Fulton Market District.
And finally, from transportation is super convenient. For example, you’ll have easy access to 90/94 and 290. Plus, the UIC-Halsted Blue Line train stop is just a few steps from the building entrance.
If you’re seeking authentic loft living in a convenient West Loop location this building is worth a look.
Interested in selling, buying or renting in Sangamon Lofts? Talk with Alex, he lives and works in the West Loop and knows the building.