A high initial asking price and in-building competition likely factored in the $1.6 million reduction.
The tower once boasted the city’s best views of the Chicago River. But a new neighbor will change all of that—and could affect the selling price.
A suburban investor will combine two 80th-floor condos in the River North tower.
Demand for two- and three-bedroom condos is sky high in the neighborhood, and without an uptick in new construction it may be that way for some time.
Chicago was last among 20 cities for the month of September.
The custom 6,100-square-foot apartment was built to serve the display needs of art “accumulators” John and Anne Kern. This is the first time it’s ever been listed as a finished space.
The 7,400-square-foot landmark house will hit the market come spring.
You can reach great (interior) heights near the 606 for as little as $525,000.
This five-bedroom house from the 1880s was recently listed for $845,000.
The 12,000-square-foot house went for $3.8 million—less than half of what it was listed for in 2007.