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Dwight Lofts

Originally built in 1911 as the headquarters of the Dwight Brothers Paper Company, the Dwight Building was home to multiple independent printing and binding shops. A classic example of the "company lofts" style, the building became a landmark in the Printer's Row area of Chicago. While the building has been wholly renovated, it's spirit has been preserved. The Dwight stays true to it's heritage as a working space — a place where aesthetics and creativity are held in the highest esteem. Immerse yourself in this creative environment, and discover new inspiration.

Now, the Dwight Lofts offer double-occupancy bedrooms and private bedrooms, both in shared apartment on-campus housing.

642 S. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60605

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Morgan A. Hammen

Morgan A. Hammen left a positive review 8/31/2017

The idea of it is really fun. Perhaps, next time, get either more groceries or a wider variety of cards. This restricts a group of several people winning at the same time. Also, maybe get chips so we don't have to erase the cards every time. Even M&Ms or Smarties would work. You'd just have to come to the table instead - otherwise the chip/markers would slide off the spots

Dwight Lofts

Dwight Lofts posted a photo 1/3/2017