October 2018

Found 5 blog entries for October 2018.

Bucktown Wicker Park CondosInventory in Wicker Park isn’t all that strong right now but it also isn’t completely barren either. And if you’re looking to buy somewhere in the $400,000 to $500,000 range, you’ll find a fairly nice mix of options currently listed, starting with these locations…

2144 W. Concord Place

If you’re someone who appreciates vintage charm with modern interiors, 2144 W. Concord Place is for you. The building sits on a quiet, one-way street and units are open, bright, and spacious, especially for a building this age.

2012 W. St. Paul

Dubbed the Willow Square Lofts, 2012 W. St. Paul is the perfect place to begin a search for a higher-end loft unit that won’t break the bank. Fully updated two-bedroom lofts at 2012 W. St. Paul usually fall somewhere in

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Halsted Flats Building For SaleOne of Lakeview’s most prominent luxury apartment buildings has hit the market, according to a new report from Crain’s.

Developed as a joint venture between JDL Development and Harlem Irving, the luxury apartment building dubbed Hasted Flats, which is located at 3740 N. Halsted and houses 269 apartment residences, is just the latest high-profile rental building to hit the market as competition throughout Chicago continues to increase.

According to data from Integrea Realty Resources, more than 15,000 apartment units have been delivered over the past five years and developers will also be completing another 11,600 units through 2020.

It’s still uncertain what the asking price for Hasted Flats is right now, but the average rent inside the building is $2,499

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Chicago Spire SiteOne of the highest profile projects in Chicago history has reportedly hit another road block, according to a recent report from Crain’s.

Not long ago, Related Midwest finally revealed plans for 400 N. Lake Shore Drive, the infamous Chicago Spire site that failed to develop during the height of the recession.

However, downtown Ald. Brendan Reilly has now rejected that plan, which included two separate towers, with one rising a whopping 1,100 feet high.

There’s no doubt Related will continue to work closely with both the Alderman and the Streeterville community to eventually get something done, and as noted by Crain’s, some of the required revisions to the proposal must include putting a security plan together for the adjacent riverwalk and DuSable Park,

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A new, boutique condo development will be making its way to Schubert and Lincoln avenues, replacing an existing 7-Eleven convenience store.

Being called Schubert Pointe, the new project is being built and developed by Environs Development, a company mostly known for its lavish and luxurious single-family homes that are found all over Lincoln Park.

When finished, Schubert Pointe will stand just four stories high and feature 10 luxury condo residences that will also include two garage spaces, private outdoor spaces, and access to a common-area rooftop deck with an outdoor kitchen.

According to an overview outlined on Curbed, condos at Suchubert Pointe will have high 10 and 11 foot ceilings, expansive outdoor spaces, and also the ability for buyers

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An impressive new rental project could be making its way to the northwest corner of Barry and Ashland, replacing a surface parking lot, small playground, and part of a small retail strip that currently occupies the site.

In order for the project to move forward, however, a zoning change will reportedly be required from the city.

As submitted, two different versions of the proposal have been made public, which show a six-story building that include either 65 or 79 apartment units, as well as garage parking for 77 cars, and two retail bays that feature 6,700 square feet of commercial space combined.

According to a report from Curbed, the proposal may be a but too dense given the surrounding area and distance from the “L,” but nothing has been ruled

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