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The Dwight

 642 S. Clark

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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.


The Dwight offers apartments in the following configurations:
 


And don't forget these amazing amenities:
  • Fitness center
  • Laundry Facility
  • Music Practice Rooms
  • Study Lounges
  • Full-Size beds in designated bedrooms
  • 11th floor Sky Lounge
  • 12th floor Graffiti Room
  • Art Studio
  • 42' flat-panel HDTV in each living room
  • 24-hour security with key card access