Here are the priciest resi sales in Chicago this week

The list includes a condo at Hayden West Loop and 3 homes in Lincoln Park

TRD CHICAGO /
Nov.November 29, 2019 01:10 PM
From left: 1109 W. Washington Blvd., 1943 W. Cortland St., 2753 N. Hampden Ct. (Credit: Redfin)

From left: 1109 W. Washington Blvd., 1943 W. Cortland St., 2753 N. Hampden Ct. (Credit: Redfin)

Three homes in Lincoln Park made the list of the five priciest residential sales in Chicago this week. The trio was divided up into a condo unit, a single-family home and a three-flat. The top-floor condo was the priciest of the lot.

But the residential sale that took the overall top spot on this week’s list was also a flip. The three-bedroom condo unit in the Hayden West Loop sold for $2.5 million.

The total of $9.9 million for all five was slightly below the previous week’s $12.7 million total. Maybe that can be blamed on the runup to Thanksgiving and the inevitable tryptophan overload?

Price and property details were found using Redfin, from Nov. 22 to Nov. 29.

1109 W. Washington Blvd. 6D | $2.5 million | West Loop

In the swanky Hayden West Loop building, many of the condos have sold for more than $2 million and a handful have sold for over $4 million. This three bedroom, 3.5 bath condo on the sixth floor of the 28-unit building has a private elevator. It also boasts walk-in pantries, built-in espresso machine and an oversized terrace. The nearly 3,300-square-foot unit sold for $2.2 million in July. By September it was back on the market, with a $2.6 million asking price. Amir Fouad of @properties represented the seller and Dina Howell of @properties represented the buyer.

1943 W. Cortland St. | $2.2 million | Bucktown

An adjacent lot was included in the sale of this five bedroom, 3.5 bath single family home in Bucktown. The lot can be used as a side yard or sold separately from the three-story home. At more than 4,500 square feet, the house boasts a recently-renovated kitchen, mahogany soaking tub in the master suite bathroom and a large deck on the first level. The home previously sold for $1.9 million in August 2017. It was listed by Jeff Lowe of Compass. Amanda McMillan of @properties represented the buyer.

2753 N. Hampden Court 5B | $1.8 million | Lincoln Park

This condo on the top floor of the 15-unit Hampdens building has four bedrooms and 4.5 baths. At nearly 3,000 square feet, its features include a large outdoor terrace, wet bar with wine fridge and two heated covered parking spaces. Raj and Niles Patel of Core Luxury Real Estate Inc. had the listing.

1930 N. Cleveland Ave. | $1.8 million | Lincoln Park

This four-bedroom, 3.5 bath home recently underwent a renovation that updated the kitchen, family room and bathrooms. Five fireplaces are spread throughout the is 4,400-square-foot, three-story home, which also features outdoor spaces. It was listed by Janet Owen of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff. Jeff Lowe of Compass represented the buyer.

2238 N. Burling St. | $1.3 million | Lincoln Park

There are a total of six bedrooms and four bathrooms in this brick three-flat in Lincoln Park, which dates to 1886. It was advertised as a rare opportunity to convert to a single family home or build new. There is just one other sale in Redfin’s records, which shows it was purchased for $338,000 in May 1993. Cindy Wilson of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff had the listing. The buyer was represented by @properties broker Emily Sachs Wong.


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