Get to Know Printer's Row
Considered part of the South Loop, Printer's Row is an area just south of the Loop (Chicago's downtown) and is made up of condominiums and lofts created out of former warehouses, printing plants and other historic buildings.
What to do in Printer's Row
During the day, the neighborhood is an easy walk to offices in the Loop, off Michigan Avenue, or in LaSalle Street financial centers. After hours, the district is alive with restaurants, boutiques, book and antique stores.
It boasts famous blues clubs, eclectic music venues and neighborhood taverns where residents gather. It also has an annual book fair: The Printers Row Book Fair gathers authors, poets, speakers and, of course, books.
Printer's Row is also walking distance to Chicago's Museum Campus, with the Field Museum, Adler Planetarium and Shedd Aquarium, and the newly redesigned Soldier Field.
Printer's Row's Distinctive Housing
As mentioned before, Printer's Row is made up of unique condominiums and lofts created out of former warehouses, printing plants and other historic buildings. Many have fabulous views of Chicago and Lake Michigan.