There are many benefits to living in the South Loop neighborhood, and fortunately, it's an area that is not out of reach for many. Here's a two-bedroom, two-bathroom corner unit on South Michigan Avenue that is not only spacious, but it's priced well below $400,000. Located in the historic Trevi Square lofts building, which began its life as the St. Luke’s Hospital, this unit has plenty of exposed brick, very tall ceilings, and lots of natural light. There's even a second level that breaks up the floor plan and an balcony that offers a view of the South Loop. This loft last solid in May of 2007 for $375,000, but returns to the market this week asking $349,900. The heated indoor parking space, which the broker says must be sold with the unit, will tack on an additional $30,000.
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