A sub-neighborhood located in the southern portion of the Loop, Printer’s Row was originally an area housing numerous printing and publishing businesses in Chicago. Sometimes called the Printing House Row District, the area is an officially designated landmark due to many of the original buildings still standing and the inclusion of Dearborn Station which has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Dearborn Station, opened in 1885 and located at the south end of the small district, was the arrival point for thousands of immigrants into the city. It was also where the Santa Fe Railway operated westbound trains to Los Angeles. Today, the station has been converted into retail space serving the neighborhood.
Printer’s row is popular for its close proximity to the Financial District in the Loop, giving residents the ability to walk to work. In addition, the CTA Red Line runs immediately below the district and residents are able to access transportation to this main north/south artery in minutes. The area is also home to numerous restaurants and bars.
Real estate in Pinter’s Row consists mostly of converted lofts in the old buildings. Condos here feature unique layouts and often decorative details from the buildings’ previous uses.
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