Chicago’s priciest home sales ticked up last week

The $10.4M total was slightly above the week before, and included 3 single-family homes

TRD CHICAGO /
Apr.April 27, 2020 10:15 AM
From left:  2106 N. Dayton St., 1929 W. Waveland Ave., and 3930 N. Greenview Ave. (Credit: Redfin)

From left:  2106 N. Dayton St., 1929 W. Waveland Ave., and 3930 N. Greenview Ave. (Credit: Redfin)

The five priciest residential sales in Chicago last week combined for $10.4 million, a slight uptick in price from the week before.

Three of the most expensive properties that sold were single-family homes, including one built in 1876 and another built in 1900. The two condos included one in a building that was constructed in 1927 and another that was developed last year.

Two of the properties were in popular Lincoln Park, while the rest were scattered in Near North Side, North Center and Lakeview.

Of the top five homes that sold, @properties brokers had a hand in all but one. The brokerage had the highest sales volume in the city with $9.6 billion last year, according to a recent Real Trends report. Baird & Warner, which had a hand in one of the sales last week, was third in that citywide ranking with $5.6 billion in sales volume.

Price and property details were found on Redfin, from April 21 to 27.

1448 N. Lake Shore Dr. Unit 16AB | $3.7M | Near North Side

This 5,000-square-foot condo was redesigned in 2014. There are five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, with 60 feet facing the east end of the lake. The deal worked out to $743 a foot. Features include a gas fireplace and renovated marble and onyx baths. The building was constructed in 1927, and has an elevator that opens into the unit. Suzanne Gignilliat of @properties had the listing. Millie Rosenbloom of Baird & Warner brought the buyer.

2106 N. Dayton St. | $2.5M | Lincoln Park

Built in 2007, this single-family brick and limestone home has six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. There is an atrium staircase with skylight, walnut floors and mahogany windows. There is also a two-car garage. Emily Sachs Wong of @properties had the listing and the buyer was represented by Elizabeth Bennan of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago.

1929 W. Waveland Ave. $1.5M | North Center

This 120-year-old home has 4,200 square feet with six bedrooms and four bathrooms. The sale penciled out to $368 a foot. This extra-wide greystone home features curved windows and decorative millwork, along with modern amenities and finishes. There is also a temperature-controlled wine cellar, covered rear porch and a three-car, heated garage. Compass’ Joshua Lipton and Heather Ditlevsen shared the listing, while Compass’ Jeff Lowe represented the buyer.

1619 N. Hudson Ave. $1.4M | Lincoln Park

Built in 1876, this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom single-family house is spread across 3,249 square feet. It has been restored with new finishes; the sale works out to $440 a foot. There is a landscaped garden and patio that lead to a two-car garage with its own rooftop deck. Nancy Joyce of @properties had the listing while Matt Laricy of Americorp Ltd. brought the buyer.

3930 N. Greenview Ave. #2 | $1.3M | Lakeview

This new construction condo has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms over 3,200 square feet. The bedrooms and bathrooms are all on the second floor. The property includes two fireplaces. Kevin Hinton and Emily Phair of Keller Williams Chicago-Lincoln Park shared the listing and @properties’ Amanda McMillan brought the buyer.


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