Contemporary Three-Story in the West Loop
"The West Loop Is the Best Loop" isn't just a catchphrase coined by locals. It's a fact. Between the James Beard Award-winning restaurants off Randolph, its chic hotels like Nobu and Ace, and the endless experiential fun to be had at Soho House, the West Loop is Chicago's coolest hood-and the place to invest in a hot property. And as a standalone building-a property that does double duty as a private residence and a leased retail space -211 N Green is the smartest investment of them all. Located on a lively stretch of Green Street between The Hoxton and Fulton Market, geographical cachet comes with the package. Inside the three bedroom, 2.2 bathroom residence, however, the action feels miles away thanks to a custom curated floor plan with privacy in mind. The designer details begin in the foyer, where earth-toned slate floors and industrial pendant lighting lead to a split wrought-iron staircase. On the main level, a natural light-filled living room and adjacent dining space set the stage for opulent entertaining, while a massive chef's kitchen (think top-of-the-line appliances, a standalone island that seats four and custom cabinetry) connects to a family room with a marble-faced fireplace and large back deck with fire table, built-in Wolf grill and pizza oven. Upstairs, the home's spacious master features hardwood floors, custom drapery and French doors that lead to a private balcony. And the master ensuite is a true moment of Zen with floor-to-ceiling stone, a modern dual vanity, and a freestanding soaker tub. In addition to the main deck off of the kitchen, this home flaunts four additional outdoor spaces, including a street-facing balcony off of the living room and a mammoth sun-kissed roof deck with epic skyline views. Bonus amenities include a custom wine cellar, screening room, WFH office, large gym, five-stop elevator, fully integrated sound system, surplus storage, soundproofing, and six car attached heated parking. Luxe living in the West Loop Now that's an understatement.