About Metropolitan Hall

Built in 1856, Metropolitan Hall was the premier entertainment venue of its day. Today, Metropolitan Hall Lofts is an integral part of Restaurant Row, downtown stretch of East State Street to the Rock River. With anchor tenants Wired Cafe and Woodfire Brick Oven Pizza, the building compliments some of finest eateries in Rockford such as the Irish Rose, Abreo, Social, Deli Italia, Vintage @501, Omakase and Taco Betty's. Its two floors of loft apartments offer true urban living experiences in the heart of the city.

Building Amenities

1 - and 2- bedroom units, exposed timber ceilings, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, granite countertops, secure wireless entry, modern elevator, rooftop deck, garage and outdoor parking.

Neighborhood Highlights

In addition to Restaurant Row's fine dining, the booming urban corridor features luxury lofts, coffee shops and downtown retail like the Fred VanVleet Store, Distinguished Gentleman Menswear, Minglewood, Salvaged by Sonya, Runner's Image, 501 Threads and Groundfloor Skateboards. Social hotspots include CJ's Public House, Carlyle Brewing Company, The Standard and The Office night club.

Restaurant Row

From the corner of N. Second and East State streets to the Rock River, Rockford's Restaurant Row is home to some of the city's finest eateries: Irish Rose, Abreo, Deli Italia, Vintage @501, Sisters Thai Cafe, Kuma's, Wired Cafe, Woodfire Brick Oven Pizza, Capri, Omakase and Taco Betty's.

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