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Lakeview Condos ChicagoLooking for an affordable condo in one of Chicago's most sought-after neighborhoods this spring? Here's our short list of high-rises with affordable condos in Lakeview. 

Lake Park Plaza

Found at 3930 N Pine Grove, Lake Park Plaza is a more established high-rise with access to an outdoor swimming pool and fitness center. The more affordable building is perfect for first time buyers, with several one-bedrooms currently on the market.

Harbor House

Harbor House is another more affordable and established high-rise to consider. Located at 3200 N Lake Shore, the property starts with one-bedroom floor plans, offering up amenities ranging from a swimming pool and library to a bike room and fitness room.

3900 N. Lake Shore

Not far away, 3900 Lake

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Lakview Chicago Condos Best ViewsLooking for a Lakeview condo that not only features a beautiful living space but also views that will blow your guests away? We have a few buildings in mind that may just offer exactly that.

3500 N. Lake Shore

With sweeping views of Lake Michigan, Lincoln Park and the city, 3500 N Lake Shore delights in a prime Chicago setting. Just two units per floor give new buyers an advantage, while a roof deck certainly doesn’t disappoint when it comes to the surrounding area.

3150 N. Lake Shore

Perched high above the Lakeview neighborhood, 3150 N Lake Shore allows for impressive views of the park, the lake and Belmont Harbor. This established building supplies large floor plans, along with amazing access to the city below.

3330 N. Lake Shore

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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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