Built in 1895, this Sears & Roebuck & Co. warehouse building was converted to a 112-unit timber loft condo building in 1997. The name originates from a nightclub that existed on the first floor in the early 1990s called "China Club." The building is located in a neighborhood with several different names. The three names that are most common are The Fulton River District and West Loop. Regardless of what moniker you choose, this area is vibrant. Located within walking distance of downtown, residents can stroll to and from work with ease.
Like to shop? Check out the MetraMarket. Looking for a dog park? The park at K Station is a block away. Use public transportation? Ogilvie, Union Station, and CTA Green/Blue lines are within a 5-minute walking distance. The Magnificent Mile is a 10-minute march. Drive to work? You have immediate access to HWY 94 and Lake Shore Drive is only minutes away.
Want to dine out? Restaurant Row is two blocks away. Nightlife? Jefferson Tap and New Line Tavern are popular spots. Need a gym? The China Club has a fitness center. If you want a gym, The East Bank Club and West Loop Athletic Club are great options.
To reach this building's management office, Lieberman Management, dial: 312-475-9400
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Welcome to 616 W Fulton
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Chris McComas has lived at 616 W Fulton for almost 15-years. Over the years, Chris has sold/rented over 100-transactions in China Club. These transactions include buying, selling, and renting units in the building. His knowledge, experience, and expertise are the three variables that have benefited his clients with moving in and out of the building.
Chris has also represented Chicago’s top developers (Belgravia & Mesirow Financial) build and expand Fulton Market’s residential buildings, lifting him to Fulton Market’s #1 broker. In 2005, Chris received @properties Rookie of the Year Award and since has been a Top Producing Broker for Chicago’s #1 real estate company.