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River North LoftsThere are plenty of options and opportunities when it comes to buying a loft in Chicago. But right now, several buildings standout as being top locations to consider heading into the busy spring market.

The Ronsley

For New York-style loft living in River North, you’ll want to take a second look at The Ronsley. The property is home to around 40 lofts, complete with large windows and high ceilings.

Ontario Street Lofts

Found at 411 W Ontario, the Ontario Street Lofts include access to a rooftop deck, fitness center and a bike room. The property currently offers up a number of one-, two-, and even three-bedroom units for buyers to choose from.

Haberdasher Square Lofts

Once the site of a clothing factory, the Haberdasher Square Lofts now

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Looking for the perfect high-rise condo in Lincoln Park in 2019? We know just where you need to start your search.

Lincoln Park 2550

With an array of high-end features and finishes, Lincoln Park 2550 presents luxury living in Lincoln Park. The high-rise offers its residents stunning park, lake and skyline views, along with access to everything from an indoor swimming pool to a game room, theatre, gardens and a fitness center.

1555 N. Dearborn

Another property to consider is 1555 N Dearborn. You’ll find the high-rise on the southern edge of Lincoln Park with impressive views of the park, lake and the city from the floor-to-ceiling windows of the private residences.

2314 N. Lincoln Park West

Located at 2314 N Lincoln Park West, the

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River North is one of downtown Chicago's trendiest neighborhoods. But that doesn't necessarily mean buyers need a million dollar budget to call it home. In fact, listed below are several locations where buyers should find a variety of desirable living spaces with prices that don't break the bank.

600 N. Kingsbury

Found at 600 N Kingsbury, the Park Place condos enjoy close proximity to the park, plus amazing river and city views. Along with some two-level duplexes, the property offers up more affordable, one- and two-bedroom floor plans.

400 N. LaSalle

More budget-friendly options exist within 400 N LaSalle. This property has some studios and one-bedroom floor plans to fit your budget in River North, plus the luxury of an outdoor swimming pool

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61 E. Banks is an illustrious townhome development community in The Loop. These roomy 2-3 bedrooms apartments at 61 E. Banks offer luxury living on the lake! Units contain quartz countertops, designer fixtures, stainless steel appliances, premium engineered plank flooring, and in-unit laundry. You'll be surrounded by prime common amenities such as, 24-hour doorman, full time concierge, a huge private roof terrace with grills, and resident lounge for group entertaining. There are multiple unit layouts to choose from so you can obtain the exact living space to fit your renting needs. Lincoln Park high school is just a mile and a half from this property and residents are allowed to house small pets. Visit the on-site leasing center for information on this

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The Heritage at Millennium Park leads off the list of Hot Commodities in The Loop. Heritage at Millennium Park units have a wide price range from under $300K to over $3.5M. Most every unit has at least 1 bedroom, but there are a few studios as well. Penthouse units are located on the 56th and 57th floors. Heritage offers many distinctive amenities including: an exercise room, indoor pool, whirlpool, party room, sundeck, Additionally, It’s one of only a few Chicago condos that have access to the Chicago Pedway, a network of underground and above ground walkways. That unique feature along with its close proximity to the train line and multiple bus stops make it a commuter’s paradise. It holds a Walk Score of 94, Transit Score of 100, and Bike Score of 84.

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As we rapidly approach 2019, a number of luxury condo towers are scheduled to be completed sometime within the next year or two, starting with these ultra high-profile projects luxury buyers must consider during their search...

Vista Tower

If price isn’t a consideration, the spectacular Vista Tower promises to stretch to entirely new heights of luxury. This new construction condo tower includes one-bedroom units with around 1,000 square feet of living space, as well as some spectacular sky residences featuring 360-degree views of the city. 

1000 S. Michigan

Another new luxury property is located at 1000 S. Michigan. This new Michigan Avenue high-rise offers a generous 11th floor sun deck and swimming pool, a wellness spa, sky terrace and a

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Old Town $300,000 CondosAlthough Chicago's Old Town neighborhood is one of the city's more sought-after locations, not all condos in the area require a high-end budget. In fact, we have a few buildings in mind where one-bedroom units are regularly listed for just under $300,000. 

88 W. Schiller

With your choice of mostly one-bedroom and convertible floor plans, 88 W Schiller is a great place to search. The high-rise offers currently offers a one-bedroom, one-bath unit within budget, including a large balcony, plus access to a rooftop deck.

1540 N. LaSalle

Located at 1540 N LaSalle, LaSalle Terrace sits just across from Lincoln Park. An easy walk from the shops of Old Town and the lakefront, the property offers a fitness center and fantastic views. It’s possible to

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Lincoln Park ChicagoIf you think you’re limited to just downtown Chicago when it comes to ultra-luxury condos, think again.

Just recently, Curbed Chicago highlighted one of the most impressive condos we’ve seen hit the market in quite some time, and that includes downtown and beyond.

Housed inside the 11-unit development that took the place of the old Wonder Bread Factory in Lincoln Park, the unit is a huge four-bedroom, four-bathroom condo that was originally purchased for $1.6 million back in 2014, but has since been modified with $265,000 worth of designed upgrades that are absolutely jaw-dropping.

Inside you’ll find a magazine-worthy kitchen, a dramatic main living room with a huge fireplace and a spectacular gold ceiling, and roomy bedrooms with ample closet

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Baton Show LoungeA long-time Chicago drag club is shuttering, according to recent reports. The Baton Show Lounge on Clark Street in Chicago’s lively River North neighborhood will end its 50-year run due to rising rent prices.

The good news for fans of the club, however, is that they’re already planning a new location up on the city’s north side.

As alluded to above, Baton Show Lounge first opened its doors all the way back in 1969 and has been a River North mainstay ever since.

Their new home will soon be at 4707 N. Broadway in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood, which will also soon have a totally revamped theatre.

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The luxurious new Chestnut Row Homes are now officially move-in ready, wrapping up what was reportedly a four year development process. Designed by Chicago-based Booth Hansen Architects, the impressive collection of seven Italianate-style row homes are located at the southwest corner of Clark and Chestnut, putting eventual residents right in the heart of Chicago’s desirable Gold Coast neighborhood.  

Each residence features a traditional, limestone exterior, allowing the project as a whole to blend in perfectly with all the historic Gold Coast architecture that’s so prominent throughout the neighborhood. 

Inside, each Chestnut Row Home offers spectacular finishes throughout, including rich walnut flooring, ornate fireplaces, spa-quality bathrooms,

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