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This popular Chicago condo building at 1740 N. Clark St is a residential development in the beautiful Lincoln Park neighborhood offers spacious units, quality construction and all the amenities you need to live in comfort and style. From the individual unit features to the useful building services and facilities, this site is a homeowner's dream. Eugenie Terrace is one of the most popular residential high-rises on Chicago’s north side. It overlooks Lincoln Park and affords breathtaking skyline and lake views.
The units in Eugenie Terrace come in a number of layouts and offer residents a range of pricing to suit all family sizes and budgets. Generally speaking, the price per square foot for property at 1740 N. Clark St is $353, and units here have an average size of 2,733 square feet. The smallest units offer 2,700 square feet of living space, while the largest ones encompass 2,800 square-foot floorplans. The maximum number of bedrooms available in this building is 3+ which can be 255 square feet in area. On the other hand, if you don't need a lot of room, there are 3-bedroom units that are 162 square feet.
The standard length of time a unit in this building stays on the market is 82 days, although some take as long as 164 days to sell. Currently, there are few 3-bedroom residences available at 1740 N. Clark. The average listing price for these units is just or slightly above the market price and the average sale price is $920,416. To give a better idea of the going rate for property in this particular building, a 3-bedroom here went for $1,025,000 in July of 2007. In addition to the price of the units themselves, it is always helpful to know how much you're going to have to pay in taxes and assessments to live somewhere. For this Lincoln Park residential building, homeowners generally pay $11,325 per year in taxes and an average of $578 in assessments each month.
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