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Sprawling, sun-drenched concrete loft in West Loop asks $699K

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It’s an airy, 2,000-square-foot unit

An image of a loft living room with tons of sunlight and a concrete ceiling. Photos by Chicago Home Photos, CHP

This industrial, concrete loft in the West Loop has dreamy high-ceilings and massive windows (thanks to the building’s former life as a factory).

The Heartbreak Lofts building features units with giant paned windows and exposed brick—a hallmark of the home type. This particular unit has a duplex layout with a stainless steel spiral staircase and a private rooftop deck. The home also comes with refinished hardwood floors, a renovated kitchen, and an wall tiled to improve acoustics.

The space feels expansive and that’s because an earlier renovation removed dividing walls turning the two-bedroom space into a luxe one-bedroom unit. Upstairs the lofted master bedroom features the same stunning windows as the main living area. Plus, it has a massive walk-in closet and a renovated bathroom.

If the new owners are interested in making the unit a two bedroom again, it would only take a few cosmetic changes—all the plumbing still exists for the second bathroom. There’s also a parking space available for an additional $30,000.

17 N. Loomis Street, Unit 4L is listed for $699,000 with Jeff Graves of @properties and Karen Biazar of North Clybourn Group, Inc. (And, here’s a virtual tour of the condo you can scroll through from the comfort of your couch)