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Chicago’s Million Dollar Listings

1. 1970 N Burling Street – $8,950,000

5 Beds | 6 Baths | 7,800 sq ft

2. 1942 N Fremont Street – $7,500,000

5 beds | 5 Baths | 9,600 sq ft

3. 25 E Cedar Street – $7,290,000

5 Beds | 5 Baths |7,000 sq ft

4. 1939 N Howe Street – $7,100,000

8 Beds | 9 Baths | 11,000 sq ft

5. 516 N Armour Street – $5,950,000

5 Beds | 4 Baths | 10,000 sq ft

6. 444 W Grant Place – $5,800,000

8 Beds | 8 Baths | 12,500 sq ft

7. 1238 W Montana Street – $4,795,000

6 Beds | 4 Baths | 7,500 sq ft

8. 2314 N Cambridge Avenue – $4,250,000

5 Beds | 4 Baths | 7,000

9. 1520 N Dearborn Parkway – $4,650,000

5 Beds | 4 Baths | 7,623 sq ft

10. 1407 N Dearborn Street – $3,950,000

6 Beds | 4 Baths | 5,000 sq ft


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Top 5 Most Unique Chicago Properties on the Market Today

1. 1140 W Monroe St – $5,650,000

What We Love: Talk about space! This home boasts a total of 15,000 square feet, with the first floor acting as a garage able to accommodate 15 cars, a casino room, and a bedroom suite. Need more? Head on up to the second floor where you’re greeted with 7,000 square feet of open space, so go ahead and pre-order that huge couch you’ve always wanted but never had the space for. Oh, and did we mention there’s a huge patio with a hot tub? Look no further, because your dream home has arrived.

2. 11 E. Walton St – $5,350,000

What We Love: Everyone loves a good view, and this one will not disappoint. You’re guaranteed to feel like you’re looking out over the ocean in California, but instead you get all the city fun of Chicago! With modern finishes and an exquisite walk in closet, this luxury apartment makes us feel like we’re on top of the world.

3. 60 E. Monroe St – $4,500,000

What We Love: Endless windows. Forget about watching TV, watch the hustle and bustle of the city-goers high above the ground! You’ll be able to catch every sunrise if you’re a morning bird and, not to mention, you’ll have a world-class view to the summer fireworks launched from Navy Pier. All the adventure of the city without having to leave home!

4. 1848 N. Paulina St – $3,675,000

What We Love: They always say history repeats itself, right? Well Mid-Century Modern is back, baby! the layout of this home is absolutely stunning, but our favorite room might have to be that wood-finished office with floor to ceiling views out into the tree-lined neighborhood. From the sleek stylings, brick accent walls and sprawling patio, this home is perfect to fulfill all your Don Draper party dreams. We can already see a Mad Men party happening!


5. 1257 W Wrightwood Ave – $3,290,000

What We Love: Don’t be fooled by this being last on this list. This is by far our favorite home on the market right now, and we only have one thing to say: decks on decks on decks! Sure, the inside space is magnificent, but it’s hard to resist an outdoor patio and extended deck, perfect for those stifling Chicago summer days. Kick back, relax, host your Cubs viewing party and take in Chicago’s outdoors in the comfort of your cozy neighborhood. Who says cities are all concrete jungles? This bungalow is sure to make you appreciate the greenery!



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Chicago’s Most Expensive home sale EVER

Chicago’s “most expensive” real estate game just got a new record breaker. Hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin paid $58.5 million for the top four floors of a Gold Coast condo building, located at 9 W. Walton. It’s the highest-priced home sale ever in the Chicago area, surpassing all other record sales by tens of millions of dollars, according to Chicago Tribune.

Griffin, founder of Citadel, purchased levels 35 through 38 at 9 W. Walton in four separate transactions, according to the Cook County Recorder of Deeds. And that purchase amount is just for raw space. By the time Griffin finishes the living space, he will have spent an upwards of $80 million, projected by Crain’s.

Griffin, 49, is the wealthiest person in Illinois with a worth of about $8.7 billion. He currently ranks No. 52 on the latest Forbes 400 list.


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