An old Cap & Gown Factory Renovated into Luxury Lofts

 

A few years ago, I was lucky enough to be involved with the Kopley Partners and Axios Construction on the build out and sales of an old cap and gown factory. The majority of Caps and Gowns for most high level graduations used to come from this historical building. 91 unit luxury condos, with 81 different floorplans. Each unit was completely different in the layout, design selections, and it all came together absolutely gorgeously and with so much character.

As the Sales Director, -Six- had a key part in choosing the perfect layout and selections for each client. Kopley Partners and their vision created some of the most modern and progressive condos in Chicago at 1800 W. Grace, also known as The Lofts at 1800. What a pleasure working with Stefanos and his team.

"Design so stunning, the homes at The Lofts at 1800 make you feel like you have stepped in to the pages of Architectural Digest."

The look is so extraordinary, we were singled out for praise in The Chicago Tribune, Chicago Magazine, Chicago Tribune Red Eye and the News Wires. And our Lofts have been used as the setting for a number of photo shoots by a Major Publication.

This is what they are saying about the Brand-New 91-Unit former Cap and Gown Factory:

*”The Real Estate Success Story” on the News Wires
*Given an “A+” by Chicago Magazine
*Called “A Class Act” by the Chicago Tribune
*Featured in the Chicago Tribune Red Eye

"The Lofts at 1800, located in Lakeview/North Center, will leave you pampered in every way, from the 24-hour Doorman, Fitness Center and even a Closed Circuit Security Systems wired to your in-unit television set. Every home features finishes usually only found in million dollar homes. Our Standards are anything but standard and included in the price. Our Rooftop Deck offers sweeping, unobstructed, views of Chicago. And, because we own the construction division, we customize our lofts to suit your taste and style. This is a Luxury, Cutting-Edge Building that is completely state-of-the-art."