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100 14th 100 E 14th
1400 Museum park
1160 michigan 1160 S Michigan
1201 prairie 1201 S Prairie
The Grant
1211 prairie 1211 S Prairie
One Museum Park East
1235 prairie 1235 S Prairie
Museum Park Tower Four
125 13th 125 E 13th
Museum Park Lofts
1322 prairie 1322 S Prairie
Museum Park Tower One
1335 prairie 1335 S Prairie
Museum Park Tower Two
1629 prairie 1629 S Prairie
Adler Place
1901 calumet 1901 S Calumet
Museum Park Place 2
520 state 520 S State
Library Tower

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The South Loop neighborhood is many things — among them, one of the city’s more successful examples of large-scale redevelopment. It’s the history, and the preservation of essential elements of that history that set this neighborhood apart.
Neighborhood: South Loop

When much of the city burned in the 1871 Great Chicago Fire, this area south of the central business district was spared. Already a preferred place to live, businessmen who prospered during the city’s recovery chose Prairie Avenue and nearby streets south of 18th Street to celebrate their good fortune by building elegant mansions and townhomes.

Formerly a sparsely populated industrial area, the South Loop is now home to a thriving community of young professionals, students of nearby colleges, and Chicago’s former Mayor Richard M. Daley. The neighborhood features notable historical landmarks that include the 1836 Clarke House, one of Chicago’s oldest residences; a diverse dining scene; blues clubs and other nightlife options; and the convenience of the Museum Campus and Loop a short stroll away.

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