1000 West Washington consists of two extraordinary loft buildings located in the heart of Chicago’s popular West Loop neighborhood.
Converted to residential condominium lofts in the mid-1990s, both buildings offer a dynamic and unusual combination of luxury features nestled in an industrial environment. With 180 units and over 160 different floor plans, residents can create and live in a home unlike any other in Chicago.
Both buildings were formerly owned by the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) and housed their biscuit and cracker bakeries. Built in 1884, the Randolph Building has beautiful, warm timber beam construction. Built in 1902, the Washington Building has masonry construction with unusual curved, coved ceilings.
A pro-active homeowner’s condominium association, with the guidance of one of Chicago’s premier property management firms, manages both buildings. With a focused and long-term financial plan, the association ensures future building maintenance and associated expenses are planned for and executed responsibly.
We invite you to explore our web site to see why 1000 West Washington is called home by so many happy owners.