The 5 Most Expensive Condos in the Gold Coast Right Now!

Posted by Leo Clark. on Tuesday, September 8th, 2020 at 10:20am.

Gold Coast Expensive Condos Get familiar with the luxury market in Chicago's fabulous Gold Coast neighborhood by taking a closer look at the most expensive condos currently on the market right now...

840 N. Lake Shore Drive #2601

$13.5 million

Listed at $13.5 million, this six-bedroom, 8+-bath unit at 840 N Lake Shore is easily at the top of the list. Measuring in at around 8,800 square feet of living space, this Lakeshore Park penthouse is topped off by another 1,100 square feet of private outdoor space.

The penthouse was custom designed with 12-foot ceilings, a wine cellar, game and media rooms and even leather flooring in its home office. Designed for the ultimate in upscale living and entertaining, the home also comes with three garage parking spaces.

The Palmolive #31A

$10.9 million

A three-bedroom, four-bath condo is the second most expensive condo on the market in the Gold Coast. Located at 159 E Walton Place in the Palmolive Building, the unit takes up an entire floor, and provides around 5,500 square feet of living space.

With top-of-the-line features and finishes throughout, the condo offers a showcase kitchen with views overlooking the Lake and the beach. The massive home also comes with a whopping six parking spaces.

1325 N. Astor Street #13

$7.999 million

A duplex penthouse is on the market for $7.999 million at 1325 N Astor. This particular unit is one of the Astor-Banks condos and offers six-bedrooms and six-baths. The home includes 7,900 square feet of living space, plus three private terraces overlooking the city and the Lake.

The elegant condo can seat up to 18 guests in its dining room, plus it offers its own library, a well-appointed kitchen and a butler’s pantry. A sweeping marble staircase leads up to its second floor. Parking is included.

The Palmolive #23A

$7.25 million

The next two pricey condos are also in the Palmolive Building. On the market for $7.25 million, buyers have the option of choosing a three-bedroom, four-bath with 5,400 square feet of living space.

This unit is also a full-floor residence and is brand new. The generous condo comes with sweeping skyline and lake views, a custom wet bar, and heated garage parking.

The Palmolive #18A

$6.85 million

Also located in the Palmolive Building, the final pricey condo comes with three-bedrooms and four-baths. It is a half-floor unit with 4,900 square feet of living space and another 1,600 square feet of outdoor space.

The home offers a formal study, two garage parking spaces and all of the added delights of living in a landmark Chicago building.

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