EXPLORE CHICAGO’S PRINTERS ROW NEIGHBORHOOD
Located directly south of Chicago’s Loop, this historic neighborhood plays host to buildings predating the modern skyscraper by some of Chicago’s most famous architects. The neighborhood gets its name from the printing and publishing businesses that dominated the neighborhood during the 1900s. Today, only one printing business still has its headquarters in the neighborhood, Palmer Printing, Inc., and most of the old businesses have been converted to loft spaces or offices.
Located along the CTA redline, the area is rich in residential lofts and student housing. Many residents are attracted to the community feel of the mostly residential buildings, and many families are attracted to the area because of the good schools nearby. Business folks also enjoy the close proximity to the Chicago Stock Exchange.