Fulton Market

Developers and residents have been flocking to the area for years but recently Fulton has seen even more excitement.

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Welcome to Fulton Market

A corporate hub full of hip eateries and entertainment.
 
Fulton Market is home to music, markets, and the best restaurants in all of Chicago. This former industrial hub has become the premier spot for live music and a good brew. Fulton Market has a distinctly Indie vibe with a buzzing energy thanks to the delicious coffee shops on almost every corner. Fulton Market District has also become a hub for all things technology with many companies finding the former warehouse district ideal for co-working spaces and start-ups. The Fulton neighborhood is an idyllic location where you can walk a few minutes in any direction and you'll find yourself in River North, River West, The Loop, or West Loop where even more entertainment awaits. Fulton Market is made up of a unique blend of old and new. The remnants of the older architecture of its industrial past still stand with brick buildings reflecting the rich history. The neighborhood is also full of hidden treasures, markets, and festivals. 
 
Fulton Market, also known as Fulton River District, has distinct architecture and living options. You’ll find your typical downtown loft living as well as more family-friendly options all with an industrial flair. Developers and residents have been flocking to the area for years but recently Fulton has seen even more excitement. This area has been met with beautiful redevelopment and is an epicenter of good food, great brews, and an even better community.
 

What to Love

  • Beautifully revamped buildings 
  • Best food and breweries in Chicago 
  • Tucked between rich history and amazing architecture 

Local Lifestyle

Fulton Market is a busy corner of the city. Between the breweries and boutiques, this neighborhood has something for everyone. Residents of Fulton love being close enough to the city without having to drive downtown. Most who live here found it the perfect combination of a city lifestyle with community vibes. Despite its location in the middle of everything, it still offers a one-of-a-kind community with friendly faces and local haunts. Although its roots are in industrial and warehouse buildings, the future of Fulton is bright.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

The French Market is a European inspired marketplace with over 30 local vendors where you can find fresh produce and grab-and-go meals. Time Out Market is a 50,000-square-foot marketplace with close to 50 vendors and live entertainment on a rooftop patio. 
 
Au Cheval is an elevated diner with a passion for eggs. Their menu features egg sandwiches, foie gras with scrambled eggs, a classic cheeseburger with an egg. This small restaurant doesn’t accept reservations, and the wait is usually long, however, it’s worth it! Most guests will put their name in and head to the nearby bar, Siena Tavern, to grab a drink while they wait for their reservation. If you’re craving a burger, Au Cheval’s signature burger is to die for. A single (two thin patties) or a double (four thin patties) with egg and center cut bacon make this burger one to be remembered. 
 
Boqueria specializes in Spanish tapas in a lively atmosphere. The Boqueria Experience provides the chef’s selection of dishes along with 30-month aged Jamon Iberico. 
 
The neighborhood bar in Fulton Market is the Lone Wolf, with an old-school vibe, classic cocktails, and craft beer. Along Randolph Street, between Ogden Avenue and Halsted Street, is a district so packed with dining options it is referred to as restaurant row. It is where you will find some of Chicago’s best restaurants and bars.
 

Things to Do 

Taste of Randoph Street is an anticipated annual event occurring over Father’s Day weekend. More than 15 of Chicago’s best chefs bring new creations along with their famous classics for patrons to sample. Live entertainment will fill the streets from two stages. The Pitchfork Music Festival, in Union Park, attracts close to 60,000 people to enjoy outdoor concerts from the next famous band and musical legends. 
 
Skinner Park, close to the Skinner Park neighborhood within the West Loop area, has seven acres of greenhouse and a fieldhouse for sports. There are also outdoor sports fields, basketball courts, a playground, and a community garden. Fulton River Park is a slice of green heaven nestled between the streets of the neighborhood. This is the perfect getaway from the busier city at just over an acre of green space. 
 
The Soho House Chicago is the premier members-only hotel club in Chicago. The rooftop pool and lounge is the favorite place to be in the summer, but they host concerts, art shows, and interesting lectures year-round. Soho House prides themselves on offering spaces specifically for creatives. The Hoxton is a hotel in Fulton Market, Chicago with luxurious rooms and over-sized windows showcasing the best views of Chicago.This swanky hotel features a popular lobby space for hotel guests and remote workers to get work done in an upscale and fun atmosphere. 
 
The Hoxton is also a hub for some of Fulton Market’s most popular bars and restaurants, like Cira (located on the first floor), Cabra (rooftop restaurant), and Lazy Bird, a popular and upscale bar below the hotel.
 

Schools 

Students in the Fulton Market area are served by the Chicago Public Schools system. 
 

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