First Move-ins, Model Opens at Jackson Throop Place Luxury Rentals in Chicago’s West Loop
Luxury Living Chicago Realty announced it has welcomed first residents to the West Loop’s newest boutique luxury apartment building, Jackson Throop Place. The 93-unit building, located at 1241 and 1245 W. Jackson Blvd., offers a showcase of high-quality finishes, which can be viewed in the building’s recently opened two-bedroom decorated model.
Just around the corner from Skinner Park, the newly constructed, condo quality apartments are within walking distance to Target, 1KFulton – home to Google – and the city’s hottest dining destinations on Restaurant Row. Jackson Throop’s convenient West Loop location also provides easy access to Chicago’s central business district, Fulton Market District and the Kennedy Expressway.
Floor plans at Jackson Throop Place measure 885 to 1,324 square feet and include one, two and three bedroom units. All homes feature open floor plans anchored by a gourmet chef’s kitchen with quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, glass range hoods, glass backsplashes and solid wood cabinetry.
“While the vast majority of new luxury apartments being developed and delivered in downtown Chicago focus on high-end, common-area amenities, Jackson Throop’s focus is on the experience residents will enjoy inside their apartments,” said Aaron Galvin, owner and managing broker of Luxury Living Chicago Realty, the exclusive leasing brokerage for Jackson Throop Place. “Our research shows not all renters want to pay for a host of amenities they will rarely use. Instead, they prefer to have a more thoughtfully designed home with top-of-the-line finishes they’ll use on a daily basis.”
The four-story building offers a more intimate charm that matches the West Loop area’s character and style, while the apartments offer high-end comfort and features comparable to condo-style living minus the mortgage payments and commitments, noted Galvin.
“Michigan Avenue Real Estate Group, the developer of Jackson Throop Place, made sure no detail was overlooked when designing the residences,” said Galvin. “Special touches, including 10-foot ceilings, crown molding, bamboo hardwood floors throughout the entire unit and custom-designed closets in each bedroom, make these homes stand out among other apartments in the area.”
Adding to the already long list of included features, all apartments come with an assigned parking space in the building’s heated garage and private outdoor balconies. Homes located on the fourth floor can also enjoy a semi-private rooftop deck, complete with furniture and sweeping skyline views.