Looking for a classic downtown living experience in Chicago? Check out our short list of places to buy a co-op apartment in the Gold Coast neighborhood.
70 E. Cedar
For a vintage co-op apartment building in the Gold Coast, consider the units of 70 E Cedar. The pet-friendly building dates back to the 1920s, with a range of different floor plans currently on the market.
1242 N. Lake Shore
More options for a co-op apartment sit within 1242 N Lake Shore. The elegant building allows for such desirable additions as a wood-burning fireplace, en-suite baths and plenty of updates.
40 W. Schiller
Located at 40 W Schiller, prospective new residents are treated to a charming co-op filled with upscale additions. The property also dates back to the 1920s, with a coveted Gold Coast address.
1500 N. Lake Shore
You certainly won’t want to overlook the large co-op apartments of 1500 N Lake Shore either. The 1930s-era building also includes access to an exercise room and sits a short block away from the fun and enjoyment of Lincoln Park.