One of the most attractive residential high-rises in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood, 2500 N. Lakeview is a favorite among neighborhood locals. Situated at the edge of Lincoln Park (the park, not the neighborhood), these beautifully-crafted condos provide quality construction, spacious layouts and all the modern amenities you need to live in comfort. The 35-floor building overlooks Lake Michigan and affords stunning views of the Chicago skyline to the south. The building was built in the early 1970s and features floor-to ceiling windows, an outdoor pool, and expansive porches.
Offering all the modern amenities you need to live in comfort and style in the big city, this building has 155 separate units with fee/leased parking to accommodate residents who own their own vehicles. In addition to the well-maintained craftsmanship of the building, this Lincoln Park dwelling offers several different layouts with varying numbers of bedrooms and unit size.
On average, the residences in this building provide 1000 square feet of living space. The choice of floorplans include anywhere from 1 to 3 bedrooms, which can range in area from 132 square feet to 300 square feet. But home isn't only about where you lay your head at night-the rest of the place is just as essential when looking for that perfect abode. The cook in the household will find the kitchens here are divine, covering 83 square feet of the entire unit. That's enough room to whip up a delicious five-course meal for the occasional dinner party, which can be hosted in the 336 square-foot dining room.
In addition to the unit basics, you'd probably like to know some of the figures behind the fundamentals-more specifically, what's a place like this in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago going to cost? Of course, the numbers change depending on the particular unit, but the lowest listing price in the building is just below the market price and the average is just or slightly above the market price. The latest 1-bedroom place to sell went for $256,132 around 12/28/2006. Now, on top of the asking price, it's important to think about the added expenses residents need to pay in taxes every year. For property in this building, the taxes generally cost $3,236 annually, so factor that in when calculating that mortgage rate.
Beds: 1 | Baths: 1.0 | Square Feet: 800
Beds: 1 | Baths: 1.0 | Square Feet: 750
Beds: 1 | Baths: 1.0 | Square Feet: 690
Beds: 2 | Baths: 2.0 | Square Feet: 1500
Beds: 0 | Baths: 1.0 | Square Feet: 500
Beds: 1 | Baths: 1.0 | Square Feet: 1728
Beds: 0 | Baths: 1.0 | Square Feet: 509
Beds: 2 | Baths: 2.0 | Square Feet: 1350