Huge windows look out on the old and the new of Printer's Row in. this corner concrete loft in this historic Daniel Burnham building; so quiet that you'll wonder if people are living above or below you. Wells has become the hot new area with brand new high-rises about to open restaurants and shops that look out on the beautiful newly built Harrison Riverwalk. This is the kind of loft they won't be building in these new high-rises. Exposed brick, vaulted ceilings, wonderful light and space, newly painted with cherry floors just re-done and gleaming. The kitchen has a peninsula opening to the living room, with maple cabinets, granite countertops and glass tiled backsplash. The sellers will provide a credit to replace the fridge and range so that the new owners can choose exactly what they want. The dishwasher is recent as is the HVAC system. The AC compressor is still on its warranty. The bathroom is beautifully tiled with a furniture grade vanity and double vessel sinks. One bedroom has the big windows facing the street and the other bedroom is tucked in the back for peaceful sleeping. The primary bedroom has a big walk-in closet that's been professionally built out with shelves/drawers/hanging rods and the washer/dryer. There is additional storage in the basement and a coin laundry and workout room. The Walk Score is a stunning 100 for transit, 98 for walking and 87 for biking which will zoom up when they open the bike path to the new 78 and Chinatown in the next few years. It's also just a couple of blocks to the famed Dearborn protected bike path that heads through the loop to Kinzie in River North. Walk across the park behind the building, and you'll arrive at the movie theaters, restaurants and shops at the Roosevelt Collection. Target, Trader Joe's, Jewel, Whole Foods and charming restaurants, coffee shops, taverns, food markets & dry cleaners are just steps away. Printer's Row is a very special place so close to the Loop. It has its own character from the preservation and re-use of the old printing buildings from the turn of the 20th Century and is bustling yet quiet; distant from the noise one anticipates in a downtown location. There is even a charming farmers' market on summer Saturday mornings where the neighbors gather. Truly a great loft in a great neighborhood.