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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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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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A sprawling, 8,000 square foot mansion in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood just sold this month for a whopping $11.9 million, making it the highest price paid for a home in Chicago since 2017.

Sold by Conrad and Elizabeth von Peterffy, the two-story estate was only just built between 2011 and 2013, and its footprint on three oversized lots truly makes it one of the more remarkable single-family homes in all of Chicago.

As reported by the Tribune, the home includes six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, two powder rooms, two fireplaces, a lavish master suite that includes a sitting room and white marble bathroom, a classic wood-paneled study, a 1,000 bottle wine room, and certainly a whole lot more.

Outside, you’ll find a 39-foot terrace, a formal garden, a

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Several major downtown neighborhoods like the West Loop, South Loop, River North, and even part of the Loop are known for classic and historic loft conversions that continue to “wow” Chicago home buyers. But in a city as large as Chicago, old warehouses and industrial buildings that now house some of the most desirable residential real estate are located all over the city and are just waiting to be found by home buyers looking for the ultimate urban sanctuary.  

For obvious reasons, Lincoln Park is one of the more popular neighborhoods situated on Chicago’s north side. Its close proximity to the lakefront, broad range of restaurants and boutique shops, and tight-knit community feel make for an attractive option for a lot of different people, but one

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The recently completed Lincoln Park 2550 is among the most exclusive high-rises not just in Lincoln Park, but in all of Chicago. As a Lucien Lagrange building, there’s no denying the elegance seen in and around Lincoln Park 2550, but in a part of town that offers more of a quaint neighborhood feel and a lakefront location that features magnificent views of both the water and downtown Chicago from afar, there’s certainly more to this one-of-a-kind development than just a timeless design.

In the eyes of luxury home buyers, perhaps one of the more attractive features about million dollar condos at Lincoln Park 2550 is that you don’t need to be situated high up in one of the building’s upper floors to enjoy a million dollar view. The unique location of

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Townhomes are a hot property-type in Lincoln Park for a variety of reasons. Although townhome residents may not have quite as much privacy and space than what single-family homes offer, Lincoln Park townhomes for sale have several key advantages that are certainly worth noting.

Perhaps the most desirable aspect about condominium living is never having to worry about upkeep and maintenance. And like condos, townhome owners usually pay a monthly HOA fee that covers these expenses and alleviates you from the hassle and stress of yard work, snow shoveling, and various other exterior repairs.

Additionally, Lincoln Park townhomes are, in most cases, significantly cheaper than single-family homes currently on the market. So while there may not be quite as

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While not all of us can afford a million dollar home in Chicago, these high-end listings are still fun to browse whenever you get the chance. Whether it’s a chic condominium residence high above the bustling street level in Streeteville, a trendy duplex loft condo in the up-and-coming South Loop, a spacious single-family home on a double lot in Lincoln Park, or even a historic brownstone situated in the heart of Chicago’s Gold Coast, there’s no denying million dollar real estate listings in Chicago are all extraordinary in their own way.

If you’re fortunate enough to be in the market for one of these ultra-luxurious properties, we’ve created a simple, hassle-free way to search all the highest-end real estate for sale in Chicago. From multi-million

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Lincoln Park is certainly one Chicago neighborhood that is known for its luxury real estate. Anything from expansive single-family homes to a lavish multi-level townhomes can be found all throughout the area, but if you’re one who wants to simplify your living situation and prefers the easy and convenient condominium lifestyle, there’s also plenty of extravagant condo buildings that should fit all your needs and desires in a new Chicago home.

Depending on what’s important to you specifically, there’s several different directions you can go when it comes to Lincoln Park condos. Given its lakefront location, it’s common for many home buyers to want that breathtaking view of the water when searching for the ultimate LP pad. Other luxury buyers may not

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Construction has officially begun on the massive new Lincoln Common mixed-use development, which will take over the 6-acre site that was once the home of Lincoln Park’s Children’s Memorial Hospital. 

Officially located at the corner of Fullerton, Lincoln, and Halsted, Lincoln Commons will bring 1.1 million square feet of new office, retail, and residential space to the neighborhood, which will apparently include 105,000 square feet of retail space and 540 apartment and condo residences. 

As noted by Curbed, only a construction permit for the 7-story assisted living structure has been issued for The Lincoln Common project, although you can still get a better glimpse at that the full project will entail thanks to a number of new renderings that were

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While Chicago’s real estate market has been off to a fast start in 2017, the luxury market in 2016 actually cooled off a bit compared to a year prior, at least when it comes to the region’s priciest homes.  

According a recent report from Crain's Chicago Business, just two homes in the six-county Chicagoland region sold for $10 million or over back in 2016, which is down from 6 homes at that price point back in 2015. Even with the dip in ultra-luxury home sales, however, 2,423 homes priced at $1 million or more also sold back in 2016, which is a 2.5% increase compared to 2015. 

As you might expect, top selling suburbs in the luxury category were Hinsdale (144 luxury sales), Winnetka (144 luxury sales), Wilmette (120 luxury sales), Lake Forest (97

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