Located in the city’s burgeoning West Loop/Fulton River District residential neighborhood and office market, MetraMarket tenants include Chicago French Market, Le Pain Quotidien, Ovie Bar and Grill, Roti Mediterranean Grill, Vinny’s Pizza Bar, Great Clips, Sparkle Nail Salon and CVS/Pharmacy, and is the perfect location for a variety of unique restaurants, retail stores, boutique shops, and neighborhood service providers.


Annual visitors to seasonal events


Daily visitors to

Chicago French Market


CBD employees within 1 mile


Daily rail commuters


1 mile residential population

Spanning two city blocks, MetraMarket’s exceptional transit-oriented location is within or adjacent to many of the city’s most dynamic areas including:

  • Ogilvie Transportation Center (formerly known as Northwestern Station), one of the nation’s busiest commuter train stations
  • Central Business District’s West Loop submarket
  • West Loop residential neighborhoods
  • The fast-growing Fulton River District
  • Randolph Street’s Restaurant Row
  • Chicago’s Theater District

MetraMarket’s tenants provide visitors with great options for dining, as well as quick conveniences that they can grab on their way to and from the train, the office and home.

MetraMarket’s largest tenant, Chicago French Market, boasts over  30 artisan vendors and attracts more than 7,000 vistors daily.


The readers of the Chicago Reader have spoken:


Best Gourmet Market: Chicago French Market


Best Cheese Monger: Pastoral Artisan Cheese, Bread & Wine


Best Donut when you don't want to commit to a whole donut: Beavers Donuts  & Coffee

Chicago vs. NYC foodie smackdown: Who eats better?

"The James Beard Foundation on Tuesday announced that its awards ceremony honoring the best chefs and restaurants is moving to Chicago after 24 years in New York City. It’s more proof that Chicago is home to one of the country’s hottest restaurant scenes. But who’s got the better eats?"

MetraMarket is excited to welcome Le Pain Quotidien to its award-winning line-up.


Started in Brussels in 1990, the restaurant now operates in 17countries. Le Pain Quotidien offers breakfast, lunch and light dinner menus in both a dine-in and take-out setting. Catering services are also available.

Artisanal movement reaches the food court scene In Chicago, the French Market brings together more than 30 vendors, from a crepe shop to a kosher deli.

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