Tagged: condo

  • Interest Rates Expected To Rise: Is Now The Time To Buy?

    There has been a lot of talk about “rates” going up, but for those of us who aren’t familiar with the real estate industry that probably doesn’t mean very much. What these people are referring to are the interest rates being offered by major banks for mortgage loans (the way you get money to buy [ … more ]

  • Spotlight Building: 4448 North California

    We know how it goes. The sun is out, you’ve started spring cleaning, and you’re starting to realize that maybe it’s time for a change. Not a simple paint job or some new furniture, you need a big change, perhaps as big as buying a new house? You thought it, we said it. With so [ … more ]

  • Developments in West Town Best Town

    Ahhh, West Town. Where do we begin? For the sake of using a classic and lame hook, Webster’s Dictionary defines “West Town, Chicago” as “a neighborhood destination which thrives on the principles of community and subsequent charm created by this diverse, yet united community. […] A rich history of residents and entrepreneurial pioneers who’ve helped [ … more ]

  • Spotlight Building: Strata Condominiums

    About two weeks until the Strata Condominium Residences at 847 North Larrabee Street go live, and we have every detail essential to building, straight from Related Reality as representatives of Strata. Located north of Chicago Avenue in River North, this three building development means 27 new units are up for grabs, but you better march [ … more ]

  • Luxurious Lakeview Highrises: Few & Far Between

    Lakeview is known for the eccentric neighborhoods that all exist within its boundaries, for the population of young professionals, and well, most obviously, the view of the lake. What Lakeview is not particularly known for, however, is high-rises. While we don’t have any news of high-rises joining the neighborhood, we’re here to profile the few [ … more ]

  • Chicago’s Real Estate Eruption: Three New Skyscrapers in River North & Gold Coast

    If you haven’t heard it yet, you are now: the real estate market in Chicago is absolutely booming. Apartments and condos in existing buildings are cycling through the market quickly, with plenty of action from both buyers and sellers. What’s even more telling, however, is the construction taking place all around downtown. New constructions are [ … more ]

  • River North Developer to Demolish Own Office, Build Condos

    Image source Smithfield Properties LLC seems to really be putting its money where its mouth is, more literally than ever. As River North’s real estate market continues to climb, the development firm believes that the site of their current office perfectly suits 15 stories of luxury condos. Smithfield has filed a zoning application, the first [ … more ]

  • River North Building Profile: The Pinnacle

    The Pinnacle, 21 E Huron If you’re looking for classic luxury in a modern building, The Pinnacle is the place for you. Stunning design inside and out, competitive amenities, and exquisite luxury finishings are all present in this unmistakable upscale Chicago high-rise. Design Classically gorgeous. The Pinnacle exudes a vintage Art-Deco appearance, but there’s no [ … more ]

  • South Loop Building Profile: Harbor View

    Harbor View, 1901 S Calumet Backed by the premier management of Related, Harbor View delivers stunning urban vistas while ensuring all your luxury living needs are met. Nearby to the lake, Grant Park, Soldier Field, and the museum campus, you’ll never have to wander far to enjoy your city. Design Undeniably contemporary, Harbor View oozes [ … more ]

  • South Loop Building Profile: The Grant

    The Grant, 1201 S Prairie Steps away from the lakefront and Grant Park, you’d think The Grant would call it a day—but exquisite design and an incredible amenity package served by a highly-trained staff make this one of the most desirable South Loop high-rises. Design The Grant rises tall, blue glass and thin steel skeleton [ … more ]

  • Printers Row: A Historic Corner of the South Loop

    Printers Row is a sub-neighborhood of the South Loop composed of turn-of-the-century brick industrial buildings, converted for modern use. The Row is a staple of the South Loop—the juxtaposition of 100-year-old buildings with modern high-rises represents the past, present, and future of this burgeoning neighborhood. A Rose By Any Other Name… …would smell as sweet, [ … more ]

  • South Loop Building Profile: Adler Place

    Adler Place, 1629 S Prairie Recently re-designed, Adler Place in Chicago’s South Loop offers uncompromised luxury and design inside and out, as well as incredible views from every unit and the rooftop amenity deck. Design Adler Place’s exterior exudes an undeniably modern edge, though it is definitely a design that will age gracefully. White concrete [ … more ]