“Fulton Market has emerged as the ‘go to’ district for the best brands entering our global city,” according to Gregory Kirsch, executive managing director and Midwest retail leader, for Cushman & Wakefield in Chicago. With some of the best retail, nightlife and dining options in the city, Fulton Market has quickly become one of the hottest places to be. All of these great features have also helped the area become one of the most popular places for high-profile companies to call home. With tenants like Google and McDonald’s settling in, the area has become a destination for diverse assets, strengthening Fulton Market’s reputation as one of the top areas in Chicago…all right down the street from The Mason!
Fulton Market is in good company too. Cushman & Wakefield’s report also highlights “Cool Streets” across North America including entireties of Portland, Austin and Denver and certain neighborhoods, such as downtown Boise, Los Angeles’ Arts District, downtown Buffalo, Manhattan’s Bond Street/NoHo, Montreal’s Mile End, Honolulu’s Kaka’ako, the Massachusetts Avenue Arts District in Indianapolis, Boston’s South End, Louisville’s East Market District/NuLu, the Old Fourth Ward in Atlanta, Dallas’ Deep Ellum, Memphis’ Midtown/Overton Square, Midtown in Sacramento, Cleveland’s Ohio City/Tremont, the Historic Third Ward in Milwaukee and Houston’s Lower Westheimer/Montrose.
We’re proud to call this area home!