Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Recent condo sales in Chicago keeping me busy

I have not posted in an embarassingly long time. However, with good reason. My partner Julie Varones and I have most of our listed properties under contract.

Here's a little run down of our recent condo sales in the last couple weeks:

2700 N Halsted #408 in Lincoln Park. This one bedroom, one bath in a luxury midrise building has just gone under contract after 23 days. My list price was $360K including the garage parking.

543 W Roscoe #2N in East Lakeview: Another one bedroom, one bath in a classic courtyard conversion building. This was a special custom renovation by the owners. I just loved this place... Kitchen and bath... dining room... totally my style. We listed at $279K and sold in 53 days.

1916 N Maud in Lincoln Park. This is a three level town home with a terrific fenced in yard and garage parking. It has one of the biggest, baddest master bedroom walk-in closets I've seen in awhile. Julie listed this property at $749K

4814 N Damen #314 in Ravenswood/Lincoln Square. The newer concrete construction elevator building set this 1500 plus square foot unit apart from others in the neighborhood. Two bedroom plus den with garage parking and modern luxury bath... listed at $400K and sold in 51 days.

4850 N Central Park #3 in Albany Park. I sold this two bedroom, one bath before it went to print! Great top floor in an intimate 3 flat building. Very rare to find a three flat conversion condo in Albany Park listed at $265K. Two car parking and a great street.

2000 N Lincoln Park West... should I say more? Classic location for the Lincoln Park lifestyle. Well know address for those looking to truly enjoy Chicago. This property was listed at $349K.

I have also represented a client of mine in the purchase of a two bedroom, one bath unit with parking and an awesome deck. It's in East Lakeview and the asking price was $360K... ask me for more details on any of these after they close.

I'm turning my attention this week to my buyer clients in Uptown, Bucktown and Lincoln Park.

1 comment:

Resh said...

Hi there Eric

Nice blog. I was wondering if you have an idea of hyde park real estate market? Any comments are welcome