Neighborhood Highlights – West Loop
Neighborhood Profile – Chicago’s West Loop
Chicago’s West Loop is one of the city’s fastest-growing neighborhoods. New housing has been springing up left and right amongst the dense scatter of stores and restaurants. West Loop attracts a diverse range of homebuyers, acting as a hotspot in Chicago’s art scene and home to several highly acclaimed restaurants. The number of trendy residential lofts popping up in the community is a testament to its youthful energy. The educational and community resources in the West Loop are top-notch, perfect for anyone looking to start (or grow) a family.
Restaurant Row: The blocks of trendy and chic restaurants near Randolph Street and Fulton Market is known as “Restaurant Row”. A variety of cultures and cuisines are on display for the benefit of the West Loop community.
Greektown: A sub-neighborhood of the West Loop, Greektown showcases an authentic look into thriving Chicago’s Greek community. Greek restaurants, museums, and cultural centers are just a few blocks away for many West Loop residents.
Chicago French Market: The French market offers a brilliant assortment of small artisan storefronts. The market provides a rich source of culture and authentic French cuisine to many working in the area.
West Loop Restaurants
West Loop Entertainment
Pitchfork Music Festival – An annual music fest featuring some of today’s best artists.
Mars Gallery – An art gallery showcasing the work of some of the best local artists.
The Chicago Beer Festival – A celebration of local beer culture with tastings from some of Chicago’s best brewers.