Converted in 1998, 850 W Adams is one of the earliest loft conversions in the West Loop. This boutique loft conversion building stands 7 stories and has only 35 units. The most sought after units either face west with sunset views over Mary Bartelme Park or are high floor units facing east with views of the Chicago skyline.
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“Authentic and spacious boutique loft living in one of the most walkable locations in the West Loop.”
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Authentic loft living
850 W Adams was originally constructed in 1925 as a textile warehouse. It was converted to spacious residential lofts in 1998 and has all the features true loft lovers seek. For instance, floor-to-ceiling warehouse style windows, super high concrete ceilings, massive pillars and exposed brick walls.
Compared to most other lofts in the area, these are extremely spacious. For instance, the 2 bed / 2 bath units are 2,000 sq. ft. and the 4 bed / 3 bath units are enormous at 4,200 sq. ft.
Residents here enjoy one of the most central and walkable locations in the West Loop.
For example, from here its just steps over to all the restaurants in Greektown, along Madison and of course Chicago’s famous Restaurant Row. Plus, daily needs are easy access as well with CVS, Whole Foods and Mariano’s just down the street.
But for most people one of the best aspects of 850 W Adams Lofts location is its proximity to Mary Bartelme Park. Sitting just across the street, the park offers a playground for kids, a fenced dog park and the great lawn ideal for lounging on sunny summer days.
Moreover, the building offers access to excellent nearby schools. And finally, if you commute by car from here you’ll have easy access to 90/94 and 290. But many residents here walk to work Downtown.
In conclusion, 850 W Adams remains one of the West Loop’s best located boutique authentic loft buildings.
If you’re interested in selling, buying or renting in 850 W Adams Lofts, talk with Doug. He works from our West Loop office one block over at 849 W Monroe and he knows the building and the neighborhood exceptionally well.