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The Row To Bring 43-Stories Of Luxury Housing To West Loop’s Fulton Market

The Row Fulton Market will bring 300 luxury apartments, 60 of them affordable, to the West Loop.

The Row Fulton Market is a 43-story, 300-unit residential high-rise under construction at 164 N. Peoria St.
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WEST LOOP — The skyline is getting an update this summer with a 43-story skyscraper in booming Fulton Market.

The Row Fulton Market, developed by Related Midwest, will place “residents steps from the city’s famed Restaurant Row” with its location at 164 N. Peoria St., formerly known as 900 W. Randolph, according to news release.

The 495-foot-tall luxury building will bring 300 units, 60 of them affordable, to the neighborhood, along with retail space on the ground floor, when it opens in June. Apartments include convertibles and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as six penthouses on the top two floors.

Floor plans will range from 617 to 1,929 square feet and feature 9-foot-6-inch ceilings. Penthouses will range from 2,358 to 3,418 square feet, according to a news release. Rental rates have not yet been released. Pre-leasing will open March 1.

Apartments will include full-size in-unit washers and dryers, roller shades and resident-controlled smart thermostats. Some apartments will also have private terraces, according to the news release.

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The living and dining room area of a 1 bed, 1 bath floor plan in The Row.

Building amenities at The Row will include an exclusive fitness club, yoga studio, children’s play suite, reservable entertainment suite with adjacent terrace and multiple lounges and co-working spaces.

Outdoor amenities include a 13,800-square-foot recreational deck on the west side of the building, a lap pool, three outdoor grilling kitchens, a green space with lounging hammocks and two fire pits with seating overlooking the city.

The building’s welcome lobby also will have a 24-hour concierge and door attendant. On-site resident services will include dry cleaning and walking, grooming and day care services for pets, according to a news release.

“The Row represents the one-of-a-kind neighborhood in which it is located, delivering aspirational real estate to Chicagoans who want to immerse themselves in the energy and creativity that have put Fulton Market on the map both nationally and globally,” Curt Bailey, president of Related Midwest, said in a statement. “In anchoring the new epicenter of Downtown, The Row gives residents a front-row seat to the area’s continued transformation.”

The Row will have 146 parking spaces, 12 electric vehicle charging stations and complimentary bike storage, according to the news release.

Pre-leasing for “market-rate” residences at The Row will begin March 1. For more information, go to the building’s website.

More renderings:

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With interiors created by March and White Design, residences at The Row feature 9-foot-6-inch ceilings; expansive windows; wide-plank flooring; and high-end kitchens with quartz countertops and integrated appliances.
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The Row Fulton Market Outdoor Kitchen.
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The Row Fulton Market Pool Deck.
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The Row Fulton Market Athletic Club.
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The Row Fulton Market Study.
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The Row Fulton Market will feature an array of convertible, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments including six penthouses on the top two floors.
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The Row Fulton Market Penthouse Terrace.
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The Row Fulton Market is scheduled to open in June.

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