Film Exchange Lofts was built in 1929 at the end of the post World War I building boom, just as the nation was headed into The Great Depression. Film Exchange Lofts was designed in the Art Deco architectural style by Zimmerman Saxe and Zimmerman architects. It was originally constructed as a film exchange facility and corporate headquarters for Warner Brothers Studios. An additional floor was added to the building. The units at Film Exchange Lofts are spacious and provide abundant natural light.
Must See. It Offers Very Open Floor Plan And 11' Ceilings. Great View Of The City Skyline And Walk Within Minutes To Parks, Stores, And Soldier Field. Trains Only 1 Block Away. Includes 1 Oversized Indoor Parking Spot.
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Listing information last updated on May 25th, 2019 at 4:20am CDT.