These were the priciest homes to sell in Chicago last week

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Oct.October 15, 2019 02:00 PM
From left: 1109 West Washington and 2035 N. Orleans Street (Credit: Redfin)

From left: 1109 West Washington and 2035 N. Orleans Street (Credit: Redfin)

Most of last week’s five most expensive home sales came from newly constructed boutique condos on Chicago’s North Side. The five deals closed for nearly a combined $15 million.

In the ever-popular West Loop, a penthouse in Sulo Development’s Hayden topped last week’s list of most expensive closed sales, trading for more than $4 million. Two Belgravia Group developments, including one new build and one re-sale, also made the list, along with two other new penthouse units.

Price and property details were found using Redfin and records on PropertyShark. All sales on this list closed from Oct. 8 through Oct. 14.

1109 W Washington Blvd. Ph. 8 | $4.09 million | Near West Side

This four bedroom, 4.5 bath penthouse at Sulo Development’s Hayden in Fulton Market sold at asking price. It went into contract in November 2018, according to Redfin. Amenities at the 4,800-square-foot apartment include a full floor dedicated to entertaining, plus a custom kitchen, separate office and an 850-square-foot private terrace. Tim Sheahan and Mark Icuss of Compass had the listing. At least six closings at the Hayden occurred over the summer, with the priciest going for $2.58 million.

2035 N Orleans St. Ph. W | $3.55 million | Lincoln Park

This four bedroom, 4.5 bath penthouse by real estate developers Robert Kroupa and Todd Buffington sold for slightly more than the $3.5 million asking price. It went into contract in September 2018, according to Redfin. Amenities in the 4,400-square-foot apartment include floor-to-ceiling windows offering unobstructed skyline views, ensuite bathrooms for every bedroom and a rooftop deck. Eugene Fu of @properties represented the seller and Emily Phair of Keller Williams represented the buyer.

2753 N Hampden Court, Ph B | $3.40 million | Lincoln Park

This 4,200-square-foot penthouse is in the Hampdens building located near Diversey Harbor. The five bedroom, 5.5 bath unit, which went into contact in July 2018, sold at asking price, according to Redfin. Amenities include private elevator entry, two 1,000-square-foot private terraces and a large office with private entry. P Corwin Robertson of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing. Six units remain in the building, according to the Hampden’s website.

403 N Wabash Unit 7A | $2.27 million | Near North Side

This three bedroom, 3.5 bath unit in Belgravia Group’s Renelle on the River sold at asking price. It went into contract in July 2018, according to Redfin. Amenities at the 2,400-square-foot apartment include a fitness center with a private yoga room, a dog run and a private rooftop lounge with a game room, media room, indoor/outdoor kitchens and an outdoor terrace with a fireplace. Elizabeth Brooks and Pamela Albrecht of Belgravia had the listing.

600 N Lakeshore Dr #2405 | $1.63 million | Near North Side

This three bedroom, 3.5 bath apartment in Streeterville sold for less than the $1.78 million asking price in its March listing and slightly less than the $1.7 million asking price in its August listing. The beachfront building was completed by Belgravia Group in 2012. The 2,500-square-foot unit was initially purchased for $1.65 million in 2008, according to Redfin. Amenities include unobstructed lake views and an oversized balcony. Ryan Huyler of Compass handled the listing.


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