The South Loop has gone through a number of transformations in its lifetime, from museum hotspot to college campus mecca to restaurant powerhouse, but no one can deny its consistent appeal. The newest real estate buzz-worthy neighborhood anchored by UIC, and Grant Park, the South Loop has flourished into one the most desirable places to live, eat, and explore in the city!
Wallscape on Canal St. and 16th St.
Just south of the main east/west artery in the South Loop, this prominent Wallscape is one of the landmark units in this bustling, thriving, fastest-growing neighborhoods in Chicago. 1 block west of Ping Tom Memorial Park where people go to kayak, fish and picnic, this sign is also visible to folks traveling by water taxi to Chinatown and fried seafood favorite, Lawrence’s Fish and Shrimp.
Wallscape on Jefferson St. and Polk St.
This Wallscape has superb visibility to the thousands of professionals who commute to and from the Loop daily, as well as students and faculty who attend the University of Illinois at Chicago. The South Loop’s popularity is growing and new high-end residences and shopping destinations like the shops at the Roosevelt Collection are popping up to accommodate the growing needs of this dynamic neighborhood.