“It’s a design that gets everybody the best views we can give them,” says Tim Vaughn, MCL’s sales and marketing manager. That means some midfloor units actually get corner views, while other condos look straight down McClurg to the Chicago River. The developers have added some open space to the mix by building a semiprivate, two-plus-acre park next door, with four levels of parking below.
Of the building’s 268 units, 195 had been sold at presstime. The remaining units start at $387,500, which buys a 921-square-foot one-bedroom condo. At the upper end, a 47th-floor, 2,680-square-foot penthouse with a 1,500-square-foot terrace carries a $1.95-million price tag.
Photograph: Courtesy of CMK Realty Corporation
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