Chicago

Yes, it’s the city of broad shoulders and we know our way around a few select areas.

  • If you’re done with the suburbs and are ready for life after children in the big city Go with GULLO & ASSOCIATES.
  • If you’re not sure about what areas offer the most for families Go with GULLO & ASSOCIATES.
  • If you had your eye on the Lakefront or River North or the South Loop for a city condo Go with GULLO & ASSOCIATES.

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Rentals Apartments or Condos in the Loop, Near North, West Loop, South Loop, Printers Row, East Lakeshore, Streeterville, Gold Coast & Old Town.

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Condo or Townhouse in the the Loop, Near North, West Loop, South Loop, Printers Row, East Lakeshore, Streeterville, Gold Coast, Old Town, Bucktown/Wicker Park, Roscoe Village, Logan Square and the Austin neighborhood.

A Few Favorites

Kinzie Station is a gated community located at Kinzie Street & Canal on the West Bank (aka the Left Bank) of the Chicago River…just west of the Merchandise Mart and just east of the Blommer Chocolate Company. It offers townhouses & condos in park-like setting. K-Station is also a growing area of rentals, condos & shopping.

Dearborn Station neighborhoods were built on former railroad property. They offer condos, rentals & a wide array of single family homes less that a mile from the Loop. Although the area is less than a mile from south end of Grant Park & the Museum Campus/Soldier Field area it has two small neighborhood parks – Dearborn Park & Cottontail Park and it’s own highly-regarded South Loop Elementary. Dearborn Station developments are just south of Printer’s Row.

Printers Row is in the heart of the “old South Loop” where 19th century & early 20th century loft buildings were converted in the 1970’s into the first residential neighborhood near Downtown.  At Polk & Dearborn is the romanesque Dearborn Street Station building dating from 1885.  The station served nearly all passenger train traffic in and out of Chicago during the golden era of train travel. Printer’s Row is home to The Printer’s Row Lit Fest, the Midwest’s largest literary event attended by over 100,000.  The South Branch of the Chicago River is this area’s west border.

Lakeshore East is a classic story of Chicago development..and talk about a prime location!  With the river to the north, Lake Michigan to the east, Millennium Park to the south and Michigan Ave to the west the area was once the ICC Railroad freight yard.  Development first began in 1960’s with the residential buildings built around the infamous “S” curve of Lake Shore Drive followed by hotels and offices in Illinois Center built along the Chicago River.  Then in the 1990’s there was a very small 9 hole private golf course and driving range. Since 2001 new apartments, condominiums and townhouses have been built around a stunning 6 acre park. It’s a superb urban neighborhood with superb architecture including the 86-story Aqua winner of numerous accolades.

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