Part of the lower west side of Chicago, this neighborhood has long been associated with immigrant groups to the city who have defined its culture. It is known for street art such as murals connected to Mayan and Aztec cultures which have influenced Mexican artists which can be seen along the Metra tracks and as a part of the 18th Street Pink Line CTA station. Bars and restaurants on 18th Street, as well as the renovated Thalia Hall music venue, offer plenty of nightlife and entertainment.
The former historic site of the Otis elevator company, these brick and timber beam lofts offer unique architectural details with ample building amenities. A roof deck with lounge city, grills, and dining tables is the perfect spot for a summer party with a lounge and kitchenette that extends indoors. Additionally, the building has a gym with weights and cardio machines, bike storage, garage parking, and a lobby lounge. Residents at the Otis gain access to amenities in Flats buildings across the city.