Chicago’s Printer’s Row, considered a sub-neighborhood of the Loop, is a community whose roots harken back to the heyday of publishing and printing in Chicago.
Today, the neighborhood has seen its classic buildings converted to apartment buildings, condos, and office spaces, and is walkable to dozens of nearby trendy restaurants, retail shops, and a number of other activities and a short walk to Chicago’s Loop (the Loop was named for the circular route taken by the L lines that service it).
Real Estate in Printer’s Row is mainly comprised of unique and interesting rehabbed lofts, as well as high-rise condos ranging from $170,000 to well over $1 million. If you want a near in “city” location, with a hefty dose of neighborhood charm, Printer’s Row just might top your list!
If you’re searching for a realtor who can help you navigate Printer’s Row with ease, I’d love to help! You can search current Printer’s Row real estate listings below. (The nearby South Loop might also be of interest!) Give me a call today, and let’s get moving!
For information on real estate close to Printer’s Row see these links below
South Loop | Streeterville | The Little Italy & University Village | West Loop
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Q: There are so many neighborhoods to choose from, how do I know which neighborhood is best for me?
A: I suggest to clients that they make a list of what they want their day to day life to look like. That list might include things like: easy access to public transportation; ½ mile from the the lake; tree-lined streets with mostly single family homes; close to bars and restaurants; top level public elementary school; trendy, up and coming… start big, winnow down and prioritize. I also suggest that clients look at a few places in several neighborhoods to get an understanding of what each neighborhood offers. It’s all about options, choices and priorities.
If you’d like to know more about Printer’s Row or scope out other neighborhoods in Chicago with a top buyer’s agent
, let’s chat!
You can also scroll down to see current Printer’s Row real estate listings. I look forward to hearing from you! Let’s find your dream home, shall we?
Q: Should I work with a real estate agent?
A: Yes, there are several benefits to working with a real estate agent, especially an experienced top drawer agent. Not only will she be able to give you an accurate value assessment for the property you fall in love with, you’ll likely get a better deal if she is a bear in negotiations. And your agent will advocate for your best interests throughout the transaction. You may also get access to properties not yet actively listed – which is especially important in a hot real estate market such as Chicago! Additionally, when working with an agent, you don’t just get access to her expertise – you get access to her entire network of advisors, lenders, contractors, and more.
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