|Printer's Row looking like Printer's Row. One of the views looking south from 600 South Dearborn Unit 616 offered at $329,000. Photo Eric Rojas, Broker, Kale Realty. Condo listing by Thomas Feddor, Dearborn Street Realty|
|Looking out east at original building's in Printer's Row from Unit 616. Views, atmosphere and surrounding buildings are crucial for many buyers and affect real estate values. Printers Row delivers on urban, historic aesthetic.|
According to the Wikipedia entry "The Printing House Row District is a U.S. historic district on the 500 through 800 blocks of South Dearborn, South Federal and South Plymouth streets in the Loop community area of Chicago, Illinois. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as South Dearborn Street – Printing House Row Historic District and listed as a National Historic Landmark as South Dearborn Street – Printing House Row North Historic District on January 7, 1976".
600 South Dearborn condo sales
The last 12 months have been very dynamic for 600 S Dearborn sales. 25 units have sold with a median price of about $235,000. The median price range will get you a one bedroom, one bath unit with an average assessment around $375.00 in the building. The building is listed at 294 total units but I'd guess it's a dozen fewer officially with combined units.
The highest priced unit sold in 2015 is 600 S Dearborn St Unit 1316 for $325,000 with a $475.00 assessment. It's a great value for a fully renovated 2 bedrooms, one bath virtually downtown location at 1,400 sq/ft. A second bathroom can be added without disturbing the main floor-plan. The lowest sold unit is 600 S Dearborn St Unit 2110, Chicago, 60605 for $183,000. The one bedroom foreclosure needed a complete rehab.