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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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9661 S Karlov Ave, Apt. 104 Oak Lawn, IL 60453

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Live the life of luxury in this completed Remodeled Condo with so much attention to detail. Welcome home as you walk into beautiful hardwood flooring, open floor plan, accent brick wall in foyer as well as fireplace area in Living Room with a deep set area for TV above electric fireplace. Recessed lighting, wainscoting, decorative wall designs, crown molding, and modern light fixtures in every room. The kitchen boasts all new SS appliances, 42″ cabinets quartz counter tops and must see embellished back splash, lots of counter space and wine refrigerator. Master bedroom features a 1/2 bath master suite with farm door entrance, marble flooring high end fixtures and finishes. Main bathroom boasts whirlpool tub/shower and must see tile work and is blue tooth ready. Huge closets in both bedrooms are a plus. This well appointed condo is waiting for you to call home. Two deeded parking spaces, storage area, and in unit laundry room. Truly a MUST SEE.

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Chicago’s Most Expensive Buildings to Live In

Just how much does it cost to live in a luxury building in Chicago? Well, a million dollars (or two) and above. Based on median sales data from the previous year, local real estate expert Fran Bailey investigated the priciest residential condo buildings in Chicago. Most are concentrated in areas like River North, Mag Mile and Gold Coast — with newcomers to the luxury building game popping up in Lincoln Park.


See the Top 10 Most Expensive Buildings in Chicago:


(10):  The Carlyle

Median sale price: $2.292 million


(9):  229 E. Lake Shore Drive

Median sale price: $2.6 million


(8):  The Ambassador

Median sale price: $2.5 million


(7):  209 E. Lake Shore Drive

Median sale price: $2.6 million


(6):  328 W. Wisconsin

Median sale price: $2.66 million


(5):  Park Tower

Median sale price: $2.862 million


(4):  900 N. Michigan

Median sale price: $3.11 million


(3):  4 E. Elm

Median sale price: $3.275 million


(2):  50 E. Chestnut

Median sale price: $3.722 million


(1):  Waldorf Astoria

Median sale price: $4.38 million