Printer’s Row

About Printer’s Row

As one of the oldest loft condominium Associations in Chicago, the Printer’s Row Condominium Association is proud of its rich history in the historic Printer’s Row district. Our goal as your Association is to always pursue a high quality of uniquely individual loft living in an urban setting. Michael Donohue was the first to recognize the potential of what is now the Printer’s Row neighborhood. He built the Donohue in 1883. The first building at 711 S Dearborn is a prime example of printing house loft architecture. Designed by Julius Speyer, the eight-story building was constructed in 125 days. The Romanesque revival style of the 711 building is expressed in the large masonry entrance arch supported by short sturdy columns with smooth piers. As development continues to push the envelope south, east and west of Printer’s Row, the Donohue has moved beyond its pioneer experience and is the centerpiece of a safe, sophisticated neighborhood. It is recognized as the classic loft residence, home to professionals who appreciate the close-knit feeling of the community and its diversity, and the easy walking distance to Loop offices, shopping and cultural attractions. The Donohue is the anchor of Printer’s Row, where neighbors share the heart and soul of the city’s future.
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