Chicago’s Fulton Market District is the place to be, but with housing in fairly short supply and dozens of proposed new developments still months or years away, finding a place to live can be a difficult and pricy endeavor. With multi-bedroom lofts in the neighborhood routinely fetching more than $600,000, this stylish two-bedroom example in a converted 1925 former industrial warehouse is a particularly attractive proposition.
Featuring an updated kitchen, a generous master suite, lofted second bedroom, two bathrooms, and newly refinished hardwood floors, the 1,500-square-foot property is a virtual bargain at $475,000. Even the monthly assessment of $315 seems pretty reasonable given the age of the building.
The space still gets plenty of natural light through large windows and appears especially bright thanks to its white painted timber beams and brick walls. Though the fourth-floor home doesn’t have much in the ways of a view, it does come with access to a communal roof deck with skyline vistas.