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Webster Square CondosIf you’re thinking about buying a condo in Chicago in 2021, we found three good reasons to buy at Webster Square.

The Location 

The first has to do with its location. The new property sits right in Lincoln Park, which puts residents within walking distance of the zoo, the Conservatory and the lakefront. The property is also close to shopping, dining and entertainment options.

The Amenities

 Another reason has to do with its amenities. Condo owners at Webster Square will enjoy a fitness center, catering kitchen and a rooftop sundeck with sweeping views. In addition, the pet-friendly building offers bicycle storage, a children’s room and a large private courtyard.  

The Floorplans

 Finally, you’re sure to enjoy the distinctive floor plans.

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Garden Unit Condos in ChicagoIf you’re in the market for a new condo you may want to consider a garden unit. That’s because there are plenty of pros when it comes to buying a garden unit condo.

To begin with, a garden unit is located on the ground floor or slightly below street level, with easy access to a backyard garden or patio. They sometimes also offer a small front porch.

The accessibility also means you won’t have to contend with stairs. Whether stocking up on weekly groceries or more easily moving in furniture, a garden unit is the way to go.

This is ideal, too, if you have a pet that needs to go for daily walks. If you work untraditional hours, you won’t have to worry about disturbing others when you leave and return home. 

Another good reason to buy a garden

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Vintage Condos in ChicagoIf you love vintage condos but prefer to stay close to downtown Chicago, here are 3 buildings you'll want to consider when starting a search...

3520 N. Lake Shore

With mostly one- and two-bedroom floor plans to consider, 3520 N Lake Shore is definitely worth a look. This property includes options generally ranging from around 700 to 1,400 square feet of living space, however there is occasionally a three-bedroom floor plan on the market that can top 2,000 square feet of space. The property also offers some enclosed courtyard patios, a laundry room and a pet-friendly atmosphere.

421 W. Melrose 

In contrast, 421 W Melrose provides an exercise room and a roof deck. Some condos also have deeded parking. The spacious floor plans of this building

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Chicago Op-Op ApartmentsLooking for the right Chicago co-op apartment? Check out our short list of co-op buildings to consider in 2020...

3500 N. Lake Shore

A good place to begin the search is in the vintage high-rise located at 3500 N Lake Shore. The building was first constructed in the 1920s and comes with its own fitness center and roof deck. Current options on the market in the building range from two- to four-bedrooms and include at least 2,500 square feet of living space.  

2430 N. Lakeview

Another location to search for a co-op apartment is 2430 N Lakeview. This building was also constructed in the 1920s and serves up views overlooking the lake and park. If a large amount of space is what you need, the building offers some generous floor plans, including the

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Looking for the right high-rise condo to rent in Chicago's fabulous Lincoln Park neighborhood? Here's where we recommend starting your search right now....

930 W. Altgeld 

One of those top buildings is Elevate Lincoln Park. This 10-story building sits at 930 W Altgeld, with high-rise rentals topping the availability of ground-level retail space. The pet-friendly building also offers its residents access to a fitness center, plunge pool, a courtyard and a rooftop deck. 

2550 N. Lakeview

Located at 2550 N Lakeview, Lincoln Park 2550 offers some impressive views overlooking the lake and the harbor. Residents of the building are also treated to a private park, fitness center and an indoor lap pool, along with a movie theater and a dog exercise

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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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As a Chicago neighborhood that sits right off the lakefront, one would think countless condo buildings in Lincoln Park offer superb views of not only the water, but also of the park in which the neighborhoods gets its name. 

Not surprisingly, however, some Lincoln Park condo buildings feature better sight lines than others, which may also include a pretty sweet vantage point of the broad downtown Chicago skyline as well. So if you’re looking for a luxury Lincoln Park condo with an extraordinary view, here’s where we recommend starting your search. 

Lincoln Park 2550 

Topping the list has to be Lincoln Park 2550—one of Lincoln Park’s most luxurious buildings, not to mention among the tallest on the north side of town. Interior finishes are premium

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The condos coming to 2035 N. Orleans are now listed on the MLS, providing just a few more luxury options to anybody searching Lincoln Park condos for sale. 

In hopes to essentially re-purpose an old parking garage at 2035 N. Orleans, those behind the project are simply planning to gut the garage entirely, transforming its inside into ten fabulous condominium residences that will no doubt make for one of the more unique new developments in Lincoln Park. While the 1930s-era garage only stands three-stories high, the new condo building would actually rise five-stories off ground level, giving the perception that the glass-walled interior building rises behind the old structure, instead of from within.

A 15-foot gap between the second and third stories

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Lincoln Park Dog Friendly Condos For SaleThere’s no doubt Lincoln Park is one of the most dog friendly neighborhoods in Chicago. Home to the huge pubic park space in which this part of town gets its namesake, the beautiful Chicago lakefront, and numerous dog parks, pet boutiques, and various other dog-related amenities, it’s hard to deny the appeal of Lincoln Park condos for sale, especially to dog owners.

In general, most condos for sale in Lincoln Park allow dogs, but as a home buyer, you might have to be especially careful if you’re looking at or considering a high-rise condominium residence, as most have some sort of restriction or rules that relate specifically to breed, size, or the number of pets you can own.

Listed below are some of Lincoln Park’s most exclusive dog-friendly condo

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Chicago has long been a destination for connoisseurs and appreciators of architecture, and Lincoln Park is a tremendous representation of the beauty that the Windy City holds.

In fact, Lincoln Park was featured for the first time ever as part of the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Third Annual Open House Chicago.

Held this year Oct. 19 - 20, the event featured a tour of Lincoln Park’s historic mansions, secret rooms, private clubs, legendary theaters, hotels, offices and the gorgeous walk-ups and alleyways that lead up to them.

"Evidence of rebuilding from the Chicago Fire of 1871 can still be seen along Menomonee Street, a narrow alley just west of the park, which still retains much of its 1800s character," the Lincoln Park Patch reports from

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