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​Au Cheval 800 W Randolph St (312) 929-4580
Avec 615 W Randolph St (312) 377-2002
Bad Hunter 802 W Randolph St (312) 265-1745
Bar Siena 832 W Randolph St (312) 492-7775
Bin 36 161 N Jefferson St (312) 995-6560
Butterfly Sushi 1131 W Madison St (312) 997-9988
Carnivale 702 W Fulton St (312) 850-5005
Cemitas Puebla 817 W Fulton Market (312) 455-9200
City Winery 1200 W Randolph St (312) 733-9463
Duck Duck Goat 857 W Fulton St (312) 902-3825
Federales 180 N Morgan St (773) 831-9696
Formentos 925 W Randolph St (312) 690-7295
Fulton Market Kitchen 311 N Sangamon St (312) 733-6900
Girl and the Goat 809 W Randolph St (312) 492-6262
Green Street Meats 112 N Green St (312) 754-0431
Gyu-Kaku 1364 W Randolph St (312) 982-2840
Haymarket Pub & Brewery 737 W Randolph St (312) 638-0700
Jefferson Tap 325 N Jefferson St (312) 648-0100
La Scarola 721 W Grand Ave (312) 243-1740
Leña Brava 900 W Randolph St (312) 733-1975
Little Goat 820 W Randolph St (312) 888-3455
Lou Malnati’s 1235 W Randolph St (312) 243-4000
Mad Social 1140 W Madison St (312) 243-2097
Momotaro 820 W Lake St (312) 733-4818
Nellcôte 833 W Randolph St (312) 432-0500
New Line Tavern 201 N Clinton St (312) 212-5463
Parlor Pizza Bar 108 N Green St (312) 600-6090
Perez 853 W Randolph St (312) 421-2488
Piccolo Songo 464 N Halsted St (312) 421-0077
Sepia 123 N Jefferson St (312) 441-1920
Sushi Dokku 823 W Randolph St (312) 455-8238
Swift and Sons 1000 W Fulton St (312) 733-9420
The Aviary 955 W Fulton Market (312) 226-0868
The Dawson 730 W Grand Ave (312) 243-8955
The Madison Kitchen and Bar 1027 W Madison St (312) 566-4121
The Publican 837 W Fulton Market (312) 733-9555
Third Rail 1133 W Madison St (312) 432-9107
Umami Burger 945 W Randolph St (312) 226-9919
Wishbone 1001 W Washington Blvd (312) 850-266

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773-531-8048.


Transportation

Fulton Market is a transportation trifecta.  One - Ogilvie Transportation Center provides access to the suburbs. Two - Chicago's CTA Green and Pink Lines 'L' have two neighborhood stops at Clinton and Morgan. The Blue Line station is also located on Grand/Milwaukee. Three - Fulton Market is just minutes away from the I-90/94 and I-290 Expressways. 

Since 2005, Chris McComas has been a resident and Fulton Market's #1 broker. 


​Over the years, Chris has developed a team of industry-leading lenders,  interior designers and attorneys who assist his clients through the buying and selling of real estate.  


Experience, knowledge and expertise are what separate Chris from other agents.


Fulton Market History

Fulton Market is a niche neighborhood located within Chicago's West Loop.  Its origins date back to the 1890s. Sears built its catalog headquarters on the 600 block of Fulton. At the same time, the Union Stock Yards developed Chicago's meat-packing district. A mixture of fresh produce, meat-packing facilities and mail-order distribution plants occupied the area.


 In the late 1980s, Fulton Market became Chicago's nightclub district. Today's Carnivale restaurant was a club called "Drink."  Jefferson Tap was a 5 a.m. establishment called "Elxir." Restauranteurs saw the potential in the late 1990s and "Restaurant Row" was created. Today Restaurant Row has become Chicago's most sought-after area to dine. ]


At the same time, real estate developers took over Fulton Market. Warehouses were converted lofts, while other buildings were knocked down and turned into condominiums. 


Fulton Market is now the new, hot residential neighborhood in Chicago.  ​The neighborhood is vibrant, similar to New York City's Meat–Packing District. This area, once dominated by manufacturing facilities, has evolved. New tech companies, mixed with iconic international brands, have moved in and combined to make the area the ideal work/live environment. Adding to the area's allure is the amazing Eastern views of Chicago's world-famous skyline.