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Big Deahl Phase 2 Chicago Phase two of Big Deahl is now closer to completion. The four-building development sits in Chicago’s Lincoln Park.

Phase one consisted of a three-story climbing gym called Movement Lincoln Park. That was finished last year. Phase two consists of a new urban park, as well as three more buildings, the tallest of which is 27-stories high.

The residential tower at 1475 N Kingsbury Street is one of the newest high-rises to come to Clybourn Corridor. The first floor of the building will be reserved as retail space, while more than 300 apartments will be housed on its upper floors.

At the top of the residential tower, you’ll find an amenity deck with a fire pit and seating, a hot tub, and a swimming pool. You’ll also soon find some cabanas and a lawn area,

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Luxury Homes ChicagoChicago’s luxury market is quietly heating up as three property listings recently sold for just under $9 million without even hitting the market, according to a recent report from Crain’s.

Over at the ultra-high-profile 9 W. Walton, a 30th floor condo sold for $8.96 million back in February, upholding the building’s undeniable reputation of being one of the city’s most luxurious places to call home.

Also in February, a mansion on Orchard Street in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood moved for $8.65 million before officially hitting the market, while just down the street a home on Mohawk Street also went under contact in late January for just under $9 million as well.

The Orchard Street home features 6 bedrooms, 8,400 square feet, and a classic brick

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Luxury Homes Chicago ILThe year isn’t even over yet, but already 2021 has been a record year when it comes to Chicago’s luxury housing market. Over the first 10 months of the year, 75 homes sold for at least $4 million.

That’s slightly more than the 2018 record of 73 luxury home sales and significantly more than the 50 or 60 that sold in years leading up to 2018. Agents credit the boost, in part, to low mortgage rates and a booming stock market.

Of the 20 priciest sales in the Chicago area, eleven of them were downtown condos. Six properties were in Lincoln Park.

Some empty nesters are selling off their large homes in the suburbs and moving downtown. In late October, a four-bedroom condo sold at the St Regis Chicago for $7 million.

Over the course of the year, the St Regis

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Luxury Lincoln Park MansionAn elegant Lincoln Park mansion is being listed by family members of billionaire real estate investor Jennifer Pritzker, according to Crain’s Chicago Business.  

A trust in Pritzker’s sons’ names owns the five-story home, which lies on a double lot on Burling Street in East Lincoln Park, although other records also show the home is where Jennifer’s ex-wife Lisa lives, the mother of the two boys. 

Public records also detail that the home was originally purchased by the family back in 2007 for $3.45 million, along with the lot directly south of the hone for over $1 million. The house originally occupying the south lot property was demolished and a pool, gardens, and terraces were installed from there.

Combined, it appears the family’s total

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A Lincoln Park penthouse has sold for $9 million, representing the highest price paid for a Chicago condo since a unit on Walton Street in Chicago’s Gold Coast moved for just under $11 million back in March of 2019.

This particular unit occupies the 38th and 39th floors of Lincoln Park 2550, which was recently completed back in 2010, and the final sale price is just under 70% of the $13 million price tag it went to market with originally.

As noted by Crain’s, the sellers paid just over $6 million for the unfinished unit in 2015, although it’s not clear how much money was poured into finishing the space.
Unit highlights include 10’ high windows that overlook the park below, Lake Michigan, and much of Chicago’s skyline.

For information about condos

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Search Expensive Lincoln Park Single Family HomesLincoln Park is where you’ll find some of Chicago’s most expensive real estate on the market. But unlike the city’s downtown core, where condos dominate the housing landscape, jaw-dropping asking prices in Lincoln Park are usually attached to sprawling single-family homes with all the bells and whistles.

1932 N. Burling Street - $45M

Currently the priciest home listed on the Chicago real estate market, 1932 N. Burling is a sprawling, 25,000 square foot mansion situated squarely on one of the city’s most exclusive streets. Inside you’ll find 6 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, and the home grounds are meticulously maintained and feature multiple fountains, a reflecting pool, and an antique garden pavilion that resembles something reminiscent of the French

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The Orchard Condos ChicagoLincoln Park’s Orchard Residences is easily one of the most exclusive properties for condo buyers seeking privacy and style with a coveted address. Residents of The Orchard not only enjoy top amenities, but also classically designed residences constructed to appeal to upscale buyers.

The property offers up on-site fitness with a private training studio, concierge service and on-demand housekeeping. You’ll also find a landscaped roof with space for dining and lounging while overlooking the lake, Lincoln Park and the city skyline.

The amenities extend beyond The Orchard to those inside the nearby Lincoln Common apartment towers. The property additionally offers a heated parking garage, while individual units in the building enjoy private terraces.

With just

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Chicago's most expensive condos for saleLive in luxury at these ultra-luxe condos for sale in Downtown Chicago's hottest neighborhoods.

840 N. Lake Shore #2601

Luxury hits new heights with this full-floor penthouse at 840 N Lake Shore. Unit #2601 offers
8,800 square feet of living space and a large amount of private outdoor space. The home is built for upscale living and entertaining. On the market for $13.5 million, the condo includes six bedrooms, eight baths, a wine cellar and three garage parking spaces.

Lincoln Park 2550 Ph-3

A massive two floor penthouse is situated on the 38th and 39th floors of Lincoln Park 2550. Priced at $13 million, the grand home features large arched windows overlooking Lincoln Park, five bedrooms, a private elevator and an array of other upscale

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Lincoln Park Luxury CondosFrom top amenities to stylish private extras, Lincoln Park’s newest upscale condo building soars to new heights of luxury. The classically designed building brings new two-, three- and four-bedroom condos to the area.

Buyers can choose from two different stylish hues, encompassing wide plank hardwoods, high ceilings, oversized windows and gracious outdoor living space. New residents can also expect to find walk-in closets and spa-inspired baths.

As for amenities, residents enjoy on-site fitness classes and on-demand housekeeping. As well, you’ll find valet laundry and dry-cleaning services, plus pet services and a 24-hour doorman.

The rooftop adds in space for grilling and lounging while overlooking Lincoln Park. In addition, residents of The Orchard are

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Hampdens Condos ChicagoFor luxury boutique living in Lincoln Park, consider taking a look inside The Hampdens. This spectacular new property offers large floor plans and an exclusive address.

Made up of two mid-rise buildings, The Hampdens also provides garage parking and plenty of upscale additions. Options include a more traditional floor plan or a sweeping penthouse unit with a private elevator, soaring 20-foot ceilings and two levels of living space.

Buyers can also expect to find some private covered terraces, well-appointed kitchens with high-end appliances and oversized master suites. Available units are currently priced above $1 million, with four-bedrooms, at least four-baths, and at least 2,100 square feet of living space.

There are also some units, however, that top

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