Cobbler Square has one of the most interesting histories of any building in Chicago. Taking up a whole city block in the prime location of Old Town, Cobbler Square used to be the worlds largest bicycle manufacturer which was then used as the main warehouse for Dr. Scholls shoe factory. Ever since then Cobbler Square and Old Town has gone a residential switch over where now you get some of the city’s best restaurants/bars/shopping. Some of the best are Suite Lounge, Sullys House, McFadden’s Bar as well as Benchmark. Do your grocery shopping in your neighborhood Treasure Island or get your laugh on at Second City. Public transportation is also very easy and accessible here.
Cobbler Square has over 40 different layouts. This is due to the building being converted from a warehouse that gives each unit such character. In the past year the units have gotten a face lift, with most getting granite and hardwood entry ways. The high lofted ceilings allow for light to fill your new home and give you real taste of urban living. Even the studios here are bigger then some one bedrooms in the city. The living at Cobbler Square is unique and welcoming.
The community, besides all of the attractions outside, offers an assortment of options. The rooftop sundeck and hot tubs give you an option to step outside and enjoy fresh air. The resident exercise room is stocked with all the essentials in making sure you can stay in shape. On site laundry means you never have to step out into the elements to get your clothes washed. Also the numerous parking options allow for any type of budget. Convenience and character was built into Cobbler Square. If you are looking for a unique living experience, this is your best bet.