Brixton LoftsBrixton Lofts in Chicago is a development project from The Brixton Group, Ltd. They have three generations of expertise in condominium conversion projects and focus their efforts on providing quality, affordable homes to first time buyers and new families but have also branched out into the luxury home market as well. Brixton Lofts is a prime example of the great homes produced by this developer.
Brixton Lofts can best be described as a traditional brick loft renovation project located in the West Loop of Chicago. The building contains thirty-one living units, all with the expected timber construction and high eleven foot tall ceilings. The building has a lot of high end finishes and doesn't skimp on attention to detail. A new elevator was installed with all new parts for safety and comfort. The lobby was completely renovated and has new furnishings, making it a welcome place for residents and visitors to enter. The building entrance door is secure and has a phone entrance system. The individual security systems include a touch pad control, siren and battery back up system. New water lines were installed, as well as all new electrical wiring, HVAC system, gas furnace and gas hot water heaters. The laundry area plans either include hook ups for side by side units or stackable washers and dryers.
Residents of Brixton Lofts will have a choice of inside or outside parking and also have storage lockers provided. Wi Fi access is provided in a central location on each floor of the building for resident use. Another nice feature is the intranet service of the building which gives residents their own personal email address.
Individual units in Brixton Lofts come with either one bedroom and one bath or two bedrooms and two baths. New oak hardwood flooring has been installed in the living room, dining room, kitchen, hallways and entry area. Dateline Shaw carpet runs through the bedrooms and some hallways and the baths have marble tile.
Kitchens in Brixton Lofts come fitted with wood grain wall cabinets that measure forty-two inches tall. The maple wood laminate is stained according to the buyer's choice and the cabinets are topped in granite. The refrigerator is manufactured by Frigidaire and is a side by side unit with ice and water dispenser included. All other appliances are standard stainless steel and also made by Frigidaire including the gas stove with self cleaning oven, dishwasher, microwave and garbage disposal. The stainless steel sinks are double in most of the homes, with three the standard in the penthouse units.
The master baths have relaxing whirlpool tubs along with separate walk in showers. The vanities are constructed from maple wood laminate and topped in attractive marble.
Brixton Lofts residents will be living in the center of the West Loop area of Chicago. This neighborhood has become one of the more popular areas to live in the city. With the recent renovations, coupled with the steadfast landmarks and businesses, the West Loop is a favorite established neighborhood in Chicago. The many restaurants and businesses that comprise Greek Town there are only a few steps away. Satisfy your craving for traditional food from Athena or Pegasus or participate in dance night or wine tasting at Cafe Ciao. Maxima Barber Salon and Nail Spa is a long time feature of the neighborhood, as is Old Saint Patrick's Church has been around since its dedication on Christmas of 1856 and is one of the very few buildings that escaped and survived the Chicago Fire of 1871. Ouest, which means west in French, is one of the few clothing shops located in the West Loop.
Brixton Lofts is a fantastic renovation in the West Loop and residents will be hard pressed to find homes that offer all the building amenities, individual custom unit details and great neighborhood location all in one package deal. For anyone wanting to live in a true loft style home that also has the modern luxuries and finishes, Brixton Lofts is exactly what you are looking for in a home. You can move in, create your own space and become part of an area of Chicago filled with great history and friendly people. Now that is a deal in any city, much less Chicago.