Condos in Chicago’s Cathedral District

Here are condos in the Cathedral District in Chicago that I’ve written about and other downtown condos for sale. Schedule a showing online!

If you’re looking for a downtown Chicago condo with exceptional walkability, consider a condo for sale in the Cathedral District. The north section of the Cathedral District includes Gold Coast shops and restaurants. The east border is the Magnificent Mile on Michigan Avenue. The Loop’s Theater District is a short walk to the south.

Chicago's Cathedral District

Chicago's Cathedral District

As shown in the map above, the Cathedral District extends north from Ontario to Delaware and east from Michigan to LaSalle. Most of the Cathedral District is in the River North Neighborhood. The north part is in the Gold Coast.

The Cathedral District is also home to Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s grocery stores. If you’re going farther than a few blocks, you can catch the Red Line at Chicago and State or walk a few blocks west to the Brown Line stop at Chicago and Franklin.

Condos in Chicago’s Cathedral District that I’ve reviewed include:

DOWNTOWN CHICAGO CONDOS FOR SALE

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Fran Bailey Fran Bailey is a Realtor who has been quoted in numerous Chicago and national publications. To schedule showings for any listings, get a free market analysis for your home or to contact Fran email her at fran.bailey@bairdwarner.com or call 773.793.4516. Learn More

Comments

  1. says

    There’s no such neighborhood as the “Cathedral District.”

    A PR firm floated this name about a dozen years ago, and it didn’t stick. I don’t think anyone in the area, except for the developer who hired the PR firm, has ever referred to “the Cathedral District.”

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