- Chicago luxury real estate: Get blown away by million-dollar listings
- 7,800 sq. feet
- 4,300 sq. feet
- 6,800 sq. feet
- 12,429 sq. feet
- 6,672 sq. feet
- Chicago Lofts
- 3151 N. Lincoln
- 3245 N. Ashland
- Cinema Lofts
- Catalpa Gardens
- 1430 S. Michigan
- University Commons
- The Pope Building
- The Transportation
- The Ronsley
- Union Square Lofts
- 701 W. Jackson
- Lofts at 1800
- 1000 W
- 520 S. State
- 1017 W. Washington
- 400 S. Green
Chicago luxury real estate: Get blown away by million-dollar listings
It’s the biggest city in the Midwest with real estate options that provide views of the cityscape and beaches of Lake Michigan.
Known as the “Windy City,” Chicago’s luxury properties provide a window into what it’s to be blown away by the best locations available.
Here’s a look at some of the top spots on the market, courtesy of Compass:
7,800 sq. feet
Located a half-hour north of downtown, this Lakeview home sits on a double lot on a cul-de-sac street. Compass listing agent Joe Kotoch describes it as a “one of its kind in Chicago; provides year-round California outdoor living.”
Also included: walk-in wine cellar, theater room and a guest suite.
4,300 sq. feet
A few blocks from the Lincoln Park Zoo on Lake Michigan, this mid-rise co-op is surrounded by a wrap-around garden.
Compass listing agent Caryl Dillon calls the craftsmanship of the single-story “unparalleled.”
“Book matched walnut and stone offer an abundance of texture while maintaining clean, simple lines.”
6,800 sq. feet
This penthouse property is just around the corner from the Riverwalk, centered in the River North neighborhood.
With 360-degree views, Compass agent Ben Lalez explains, the wraparound terrace “can be accessed from nearly every room and is perfect for entertaining in grand style.”
12,429 sq. feet
This 19th-century structured home is a quick escape from the city in Evanston, where Compass listing agent Brandy Isaac says lake views abound.
Calling it a “meticulously-revitalized estate,” Isaac believes the light-filled rooms and spa-worthy baths make this property hard to beat.
Bonus: Northwestern University is just down the street.
6,672 sq. feet
One of the most expensive properties in Chicago is back on the market after 25 years.
Dillon advises, “imagine Gatsby-style entertaining in grand rooms enriched with high, detailed ceilings and fireplaces throughout.”
The two-level vintage property, built in 1913, includes a second kitchen, wine cellar and terraces with views of Lake Michigan and the surrounding cityscape.
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High ceilings, oversized windows and fantastic river views are just part of the appeal of living at 1000 N Kingsbury. The property not only offers a prime location near the Riverwalk, but also plenty of impressive offerings.
Close to area restaurants, grocery stores and public transportation, the building is also home to dozens of private units. New and prospective residents can expect to find plenty of upgrades throughout, including open floor plans that make the property ideal for both quiet living and entertaining.
The varying floor plans of 1000 N Kingsbury often include either one- or two-bedrooms. You will ly find features such as hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances and private balconies for enjoying some extended living
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Looking for an authentic urban loft in one of Chicago's most desirable north side neighborhoods? Take a closer look at these top Lakeview loft buildings…
3151 N. Lincoln
Located at 3151 N Lincoln, Lincoln Lofts offers soaring ceilings, hardwoods, large windows and some incredible skyline views. The building also enjoys a large rooftop deck, plus it sits next to a Whole Foods Market and just steps away from dining, shopping and nightlife.
3245 N. Ashland
Another great option is 3245 N Ashland. The LV Lofts is a boutique-style building with its own common roof deck. Buyers can also expect to find high concrete ceilings, granite countertops and some outdoor space.
For a modern twist on history, consider 1635 W Belmont.
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Looking for an affordable, entry-level loft? These Chicago loft buildings are perfect for today's first-time home buyer.
With 126 units to choose from, Catalpa Gardens truly stands out in Edgewater. First time buyers are sure to enjoy the property’s rooftop deck, party room and fitness center. It’s also possible to find a one-bedroom unit for well under $200,000.
1430 S. Michigan
For high ceilings and private terraces, considering looking at 1430 S. Michigan. New condo buyers will find a location that’s close to everything in South Loop, plus the convenience of included garage parking.
Once a series of warehouses, University Commons now includes dozens of different floor plans for condo buyers to
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If you're looking for the ultimate urban loft in Chicago's Printer’s Row, here are 3 options to consider if your budget tops out around $400,000.
The Pope Building
Located in the heart of eclectic Printer's Row is the Pope Building. The Pope rises 12 stories high and features units ranging in size from studios up to 3 bedrooms. Interior features include central air, hardwood floors, in-unit laundry, and plenty of extra storage space.
Common amenities at The Pope include a bike room, coin laundry for those without in-unit machines, an elevator in-building, and extra storage area. The historic Pope Building is also just a few steps away from CTA bus and train stops, a bike shop, a theatre, and a number of chain retailers.
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If you're in the market for a lavish and luxurious loft in Chicago, we have a number of places that may just be the perfect fit. And lucky for you, each currently has available inventory – but probably not for long!
A seven-figure budget makes The Ronsley a great place to begin your search. The property currently has several three- and four-bedroom units on the market, many of which are in the multi-million-dollar range. The stunning penthouse units here command a large amount of square footage in a tri-plex design.
Union Square Lofts
Found at 333 W Hubbard, the Union Square Lofts also present a great location with some units topping $1 million. This price point easily affords a three-bedroom condo with high ceilings, a large deck
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While Chicago’s West Loop, River North, and South Loop neighborhoods have the highest concentration of classic timber and concrete lofts, these locations aren’t the only places in town you’ll find authentic loft conversions. And even though inventory might be a littler tighter, here are just a few additional neighborhoods outside of downtown we recommend any loft buyer should consider.
Considered by many to be one of Chicago’s hippest locations, the Bucktown housing supply is just as diverse as its population. Along with all the modern new construction single-family homes, vintage workers cottages, and wide-range of condo buildings, Bucktown also has its fair-share of residential lofts as well, which is one of many reasons why it tops our
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Timber lofts are some of the coolest properties you’ll find on the Chicago real estate market.
Often housed inside old warehouses and re-vamped industrial buildings, most timber lofts for sale in Chicago also feature huge open layouts, sprawling exposed brick walls, and expansive industrial-size windows that let in plenty of natural light.
But because of their uniqueness and high-level of desirability, timber lofts in Chicago are often quite pricey, unless you’re lucky enough to find an available unit inside one of these fabulous buildings…
701 W. Jackson
Finding an available loft in or around the West Loop for under $400,000 has become increasingly difficult, but every now and then you might find something here at 701 W. Jackson. Close to the
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While several downtown neighborhoods River North, Printer’s Row, and the West Loop are well-known for their residential loft conversions, buyers can also find some pretty unique loft opportunities up on Chicago’s north side as well. And while options may be a little more scattered throughout the area, here are three great buildings to consider if you won’t settle for anything less than a sweet new loft just outside of downtown.
Lofts at 1800
If you’re already familiar with The Lofts at 1800, you might agree that’s it’s arguably one of the most desirable loft conversions on the north side of town. Interior finishes are highly upgraded, and the wide range of floor plans ensures plenty of different options at various price ranges.
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Lofts in Chicago are often some the fastest moving properties on the market, which is especially true for mid-level units priced somewhere between $300,000 and $400,000.
In neighborhoods the West Loop, condos and lofts at nearly every price point are selling faster than ever, and even in other parts of the city River North and the South Loop, you’ll find that a well-priced loft-style condo won’t last long.
So if you’re working somewhere inside of that $300,000 to $400,000 budget, jump start your loft search by seeing what’s currently available inside these top loft conversions.
520 S. State
Also known as Library Tower, 520 S State offers a wide variety of floor plans within a desirable setting. It’s possible, too, to find a one or
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With impressive private attributes and a great location, a handful of West Loop loft buildings are sure to blow new buyers away.
1017 W. Washington
The units of 1017 W Washington allow for exposed brick, high ceilings and oversized windows. As well, expect to find large open floor plans in the private residences, while the building supplies dual rooftop decks and a location close to dining, entertainment and public transportation.
400 S. Green
With a large amount of square footage possible, the units of 400 S Green additionally provide high ceilings with some skylights on the upper floors. As well, the homes allow for some exposed brick accents and hardwood floors, while a stunning two-story penthouse also enjoys a wood burning fireplace and
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