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For authentic loft-style living, the Warehouse Lofts are some of the most desirable residences on Chicago's near west side. Here at 312 N. May St, homebuyers find an attractive, well-maintained site in which to settle down and enjoy the comforts of home among the beautiful environs of the popular West Loop neighborhood. Condos in this building include exposed brickwork and ducts, large open spaces and vaulted ceilings.
Part of the reason that so many homeowners love this particular site is because the Warehouse Lofts incorporate all the necessities with a touch of luxury, from spacious living rooms to 175 square-foot kitchens. You can get all the contemporary amenities and modern features of today's best big city homesteads without sacrificing a bit of charm.
Housing 59 separate units, the Warehouse lofts offer a number of different layouts to suit its residents' individual needs and preferences. Whether you want a 3-bedroom place with a 205-square-foot master suite, or simply desire a 1-bedroom unit with enough space for you and your pet (which, by the way, are permitted in this building), the various floorplans will have the perfect fit to make you feel right at home.
While size is a major factor in selecting a new place to live, price is up there, too. Of course it's all relevant-the larger the unit the bigger the price tag-but to give you a general idea, the price per square foot for property in this building is $247, with an average listing price around $359,900. Typically, properties in this great building are on the market for 70 days. And, as is standard for most residential real estate, some unit sizes sell quicker than others. The most recently purchased unit here was a 1-bedroom home which sold for $257,500 around 04/13/2006.
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