Nabisco Factory Turned Loft in Chicago

Photo by: Zillow Brick walls and exposed ductwork give the space a true loft feel. Now a stunning 2,000-square-foot loft, this Chicago building was originally built as a factory for Nabisco.

Here’s a tasty architectural treat: This four-level live/work loft in Chicago was carved out of a former factory for snack manufacturer Nabisco, who once baked its Uneeda Biscuits here.

The showpiece of the residence is the living room – or, more specifically, its soaring ceiling crafted of coved brick, concrete and terra cotta with iron L-beams and trusses. Exposed ductwork adds to the home’s chic industrial feel.

Beyond the living room, there’s a sleek galley-style kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a rooftop deck. If living in a former Nabisco loft makes you hungry, the residence is within walking distance of Chicago’s Restaurant Row on Randolph Street. Plus, garage parking for two cars is included in the asking price.

About the House

Bedroom: Nabisco Factory Loft in Chicago
  • Location: West Town, Chicago
  • Listed By: Duane Shumaker of Prudential Rubloff
  • Price: $499,500

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