|A huge "stop and notice" row house on North Lakeview gets a gut renovation. The impressive property will maintain it's vintage panache! (All photos Eric Rojas, Broker, Kale Realty)|
The Lincoln Park corner row house at 2700 N Lakeview at West Wrightwood most recently operated as a social services facility by Thresholds was re-sold for $3 million early this year. 2700 N Lakeview is the largest of four row homes built circa 1917 and designed by David Adler among others. It is now an extensive gut renovation by a developer. Dennis Rodkin reported in 2015 the home was originally built for a survivor of the Titanic. In May, Ted Cox reported the new owner Foster Design Build planned either three large condos priced from $3.5M to $4.5M or one single residence priced up to $10M.
Two other row houses in the group have recent re-sales. 2704 N Lakeview was sold in 2016 for $1.8 million and is now under gut renovation by a private owner. 2708 N Lakeview had sold in 2013 for $2.65 million.
|2704 N Lakeview , sold in 2016 for $1.8 million, looks over Lincoln Park.|
|The entrance to 2704 N Lakeview row house now under renovation by a private owner. It was listed at 8,800 sq/ft according to the listing on MREDLLC.com.|
|2708 N Lakeview sold for $2.65 million in 2013|
The row homes are located in a beautiful stretch of northeast Lincoln Park (across from the parks adjacent to the lakefront) near another iconic building. The Elks National Memorial sits just north of the 2700 N Lakeview development.
|Elks National Memorial 2750 N Lakeview, Chicago IL 60614|
The four row homes are wonderful in their own right but much of the value is built into the location. Need a cocktail? Walk into the actual Lincoln Park and take a seat at the classy North Pond front bar. The life!
|North Pond at 2610 N Cannon Drive, Chicago IL 60614 in the park.|