Fulton River District
"Originally dominated by industry, warehousing and transportation, the Fulton River District became increasingly residential in the early 2000s. Now one of the city's fastest growing neighborhoods, the area has "a unique Chicago vibe–industrial, artistic and residential," and is filled with numerous "functioning meatpacking warehouses that stand side-by-side with newly renovated loft apartments and condos." The neighborhood is also home to one of the city's newest and most vibrant dining scenes. "Many of Chicago’s best and most creative restaurants" came to the area seeking lower rents and "found the unique warehouse and industrial buildings particularly enticing."
Some people also refer to the neighborhood as Fulton market. Because of that, I created this alternate version: