A look at the greatest industrial loft conversions, timber lofts, and new construction lofts currently for sale in Chicago.
The spacious three-bedroom home features designer touches and a private rooftop deck.
Enjoy open floorplans, high ceilings, exposed brick, raw concrete, or timber beams.
The flexible space is part house, part furniture gallery.
The two-level home has high ceilings, hardwood floors, and a renovated kitchen.
The artsy two-bedroom pad is perfect for entertaining.
The handsome duplex features a spiral staircase, private deck, and custom kitchen.
The unit features 3,000 square feet of wide open living space.
The spacious unit was previously home to a local landscape architecture firm.
Wood beams, exposed brick, two balconies, and windows everywhere.
The home features a 45-foot-long great room topped by an impressive 19-foot-tall skylight.
Situated in the 1880s-era Donohue building, the large home was created from three smaller units.
The carefully curated live-work space features a ground floor gallery topped by minimalist living quarters.
The bright home was completed renovated in 2015.
The bright South Loop home features high ceilings and a lofted master suite.
This squeaky clean unit boasts upscale finishes and a large outdoor deck
The good news is that a loft in Chicago doesn’t have to cost a fortune
Live the loft life in the center of the booming Fulton Market
The bright and open home features upgraded lighting, bathroom fixtures, and a designer kitchen.
The eclectically decorated home features an open floor plan, exposed brick, and high ceilings.
This lofty unit features plenty of space and lots of upgrades.
This classic loft is big on the industrial aesthetic but low on the asking price.
This tree-height corner unit features two enclosed bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a private outdoor deck.
Score this nice two-bedroom loft on South Michigan Avenue for $289K
The rustic, former industrial property is convenient to the Loop, Grant Park, and the Chicago River.
This timber loft in Postcard Place is filled with natural light and nice extras.
Previously a mechanics garage, the 7,600-square-foot home features six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a designer chef’s kitchen, and a central glass-enclosed patio.
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This large three-bedroom loft can be rented for $3,600 per month.
True industrial lofts make for surprisingly cozy residences.
Located in a former furniture factory, this roomy home offers a lot of character for a relatively reasonable price.