The Duncan, located in Chicago's West Loop, spans nearly an entire city block and combines the best of apartment living with rich amenities including a full fitness center with an indoor pool and spa, a lobby that acts as a co-working space with an attached coffee shop and bar, as well as three roof terraces for warm-weather fun. Built originally as a YMCA/YWCA, an original basketball court, brick exterior, and preserved architectural details make the Duncan a truly authentic home.


Located just west of downtown Chicago, the West Loop neighborhood is home to critically acclaimed restaurants, major tech company headquarters, nightlife, and more. Formerly the meat-packing district and produce center, many of the former warehouses have been adapted into hip office spaces, luxury apartments, and retail and restaurant spaces. Separated from the Loop by the Chicago River and the expressways, West Loop is within walking distance to parts of the central business district while having a distinct character of its own. On the northeast, pocket parks dot S Desplaines St. Towards the south end of the neighborhood is Greektown, where longstanding restaurants near Halsted street like Greek Islands continue to serve up traditional fare. On Randolph street, the restaurant row includes Michelin-star restaurants and concepts from celebrity chefs like Stephanie Izard and Rick Bayless. Intersecting Randolph St is Green St, which is where the popular Soho House Hotel and its restaurants are located. On the west end of the neighborhood on W Madison St is the United Center where the Chicago Blackhawks and Bulls play and national touring acts have concerts. Many restaurants in West Loop offer outdoor rooftop or patio seating.