About This Home
Located in historic Printer’s Row, this open-concept concrete loft has so much to love: extra-tall windows (that originally gave light to the printers in the early part of the century!), 11-foot ceilings, beautiful oak flooring, ample closet space, spacious built-in cabinets, & a sleek, updated kitchen.
The kitchen was recently renovated & offers stainless appliances, stylish cabinetry, timeless subway tile, & plenty of counter space. The spacious bedroom has partitions to allow for privacy while still allowing natural light to flow through. The living area provides more than enough room to entertain or work from home, with endless possibilities for furnishing. The bathroom has a convenient full vanity, providing extra counter & cabinet space for bathroom accessories and linens.
633 South Plymouth Court (known to residents as the Pope Building) was originally home to a printing company. This solid brick beauty was built in 1904 and is decorated with terracotta ornaments that speak to the attention to detail given to architecture during the turn of the century.
The building itself is investor-friendly and boasts an unbeatable location, with easy access to Lake Shore Drive, the Kennedy/Eisenhower, and CTA bus and train stops. Head two blocks west to explore Grant Park and Museum Campus or enjoy one of the many local favorites that Printer’s Row has to offer, such as The Art of Pizza & Half Sour. Welcome to your new home!