SPECIAL OFFER: One month free on select one bedrooms! Two months free on select two bedrooms! See leasing office for full details. Marquee at Block 37 is a 38-story contemporary building with floor plans for studio, convertible, 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments. Its chevron facade adds visual beats to the buildings exterior while providing distinctive space and unique views from the interior of select units. Located in the center of the Loop, Marquee at Block 37 offers instant access to everything that makes Chicago a remarkable city. It begins with the shops at Block 37. Here, a variety of urban retailers offer the latest fashions, coffee and other daily delights, casual dining, spaces to meet, an 11-screen dine-in movie theater, and more. There is also unmatched proximity and ease of access to the CTAs Red and Blue lines. Community Amenities: LEED Certified Rooftop Lounge Cabana Grill Fitness Center Sauna Spa Pool Media Center/Movie Theatre Guest Apartment
Elevator Business Center Coffee Bar Conference Room Apartment Amenities ADA units available Floor-to-Ceiling Windows Game Room Leedo European Cabinetry Porcelain Tile Backsplash Two-Toned Roller Shades White Quartz Countertops
Features & Amenities
On the Map
Nearby Public Transportation
0.05 mi at Lake (188 N. State Street)
0.09 mi at Washington (19 N. Dearborn Street)
0.10 mi at State/Lake (200 N. State Street)
0.14 mi at Clark/Lake (100 W. Lake Street)
0.29 mi at Washington/Wells (100 N. Wells Street)
The Property / Area (The Loop)
The 25 West Randolph Street building is located in The Loop, Central Chicago, Chicago.
About The Loop
Chances are if you've been to Chicago, you've spent some time in
the Loop. There's so much to do that you may find yourself renting
an apartment and calling it home for a while. According to the most
recent census, 29,283 other people already do. Not only is The Loop
the central business district; Chicago's street numbering system
originates in the Loop at the intersection of State Street and
Madison Street. It is undeniably Chicago's epicenter.
History of The Loop
In 1803 the U.S. Army erected Fort Dearborn on the south bank of
the Chicago River, near where the Michigan Avenue Bridge is today.
The expansion of rail transportation during 1800's gave way to
Chicago becoming the nation's railway hub. In 1884 the world's
first skyscraper, the Home Insurance Building, was built here,
supported by a structural steel frame. Today The Loop is home to
scores of skyscrapers, most notably, the Willis Tower, once the
tallest building in the world.