A look at the greatest industrial loft conversions, timber lofts, and new construction lofts currently for sale in Chicago.
This one-bedroom timber and brick loft with parking can be had for $294,000.
The nicely appointed loft has previously been featured in Apartment Therapy.
It has all of the makings of a loft, but with a more traditional floor plan.
This spacious two-level unit could be a great live/work situation for the right person.
This timber loft is just steps away from green space, grocery shopping, and West Loop nightlife.
This spacious Washington Boulevard loft was too good to last.
The spacious unit includes some nice extras like a private outdoor patio and parking.
This very lovely loft in River North will cost a pretty penny
Located on the fifth floor of a converted 1884 industrial West Town warehouse, this warm and rustic brick and timber loft could be the perfect blank canvas for a single buyer looking for an open-plan layout.
This spacious corner penthouse unit has no issue with a lack of natural lighting.
In addition to unobstructed skyline views, the home also features hardwood floors, a large open-plan living space, and a generous master suite with room for a sitting area.
Get this nice and clean one-bedroom on Washington Boulevard for well under the $400K mark
Featuring exposed brickwork and timber beams, the unit’s three levels are flooded with natural light thanks to its large windows and overhead skylights.
You can still get a lot of bang for your buck in this downtown neighborhood
The recently listed home’s standout feature is undoubtedly the oversized original 1875 timber beams and metal bracket-work that adorn the master suite.
This one has great views from every room
This huge timber loft has three levels
This two-bedroom industrial loft is a solid deal
This spacious loft is perfect for entertaining and hosting events
You can rent this neat space for a cool $3,400 per month
The listing notes indicate that it’s been completely gutted and rehabbed and includes a parking space. It hits the market asking $432,500.
If you’re a working artist or photographer and looking for a space that can serve as both your personal residence and studio, this South Loop industrial loft may be of interest.
This spacious one-bedroom loft blends the classic Chicago timber loft vibe with a more cheerful, colorful look.
Printer’s Row is a uniquely Chicago neighborhood, but it doesn’t have to cost you a fortune to live there. So long as you don’t have a ton of belongings, you can find yourself a nice little one-bedroom for well under the $300,000 mark.
The old industrial area went from a skid row in the ‘70s to being one of the priciest residential areas in the last couple of decades. And this swanky duplex timber loft on Ontario Street is in the middle of it all.
While the stark bunker-like facade of this Grand Avenue home doesn’t necessarily ooze with traditional curb appeal, the unique property offers some seriously high ceilings and approximately 2,500 square feet of livable space.
Here's a newly refinished unit just steps away from the Belmont Red, Brown, and Purple lines that won't cost you a fortune.
The main level features a spacious open floor plan with tall 25' ceilings but the lower level has a cavernous feel to it with its very low-hung brick ceiling.