The Loop's residential population is on the rise. Even during the peak of the economic recession, apartments and condominiums were being built or converted and filled with people eager to relocate to one of Chicago’s most dynamic neighborhoods.
Why live in the Loop? For starters, it's the most convenient destination in Chicago. Traveling about city is as easy as hopping on the nearest train or bus, thanks to round-the-clock CTA service that feeds directly into the Loop. Not to mention that all the amenities you'd expect from a neighborhood are just around the corner. From grocery stores—including CityTarget and Mariano's—to gyms, pharmacies and farmer’s markets in the summer, it's all available in the Loop.
Next, it's fun. Loop life means days and nights at some of the city's most popular restaurants, attractions, events and more. Stroll over to Millennium Park with a good book for a lazy Saturday afternoon, attend a Broadway In Chicago show at a famous Theatre District venue, or just have a drink and watch the game at a local bar.
Finally, there’s good company in the Loop. It's home to all walks of Chicagoans—students, artists, businessmen and musicians to name a few—so making exciting new connections is a snap.
Whether you're in the market or dreaming about the future, learn why living in the Loop might be your next great move.