Unit at JDL’s No. 9 Walton tops priciest home sales of week

The 11th-floor unit sold for $3.7Mm, though the city’s luxury market continues to scuffle during the pandemic

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Jun.June 29, 2020 10:30 AM
No. 9 Walton and 1959 W. Schiller Street (JDL; Redfin)

No. 9 Walton and 1959 W. Schiller Street (JDL; Redfin)

A unit at JDL Development’s ultra-luxury No. 9 Walton condo tower recorded the priciest residential sale last week in Chicago.

The 11th-floor unit sold for $3.7 million, a princely sum, but well below some of the amounts recorded last year, when the Gold Coast development nabbed four the top 10 most expensive residential sales in the city.

Overall, last week’s top five residential sales in the city involved two condo units and three single-family homes, which totaled $10.65 million. That’s slightly less than what has been the average weekly total since the coronavirus struck. A couple of weeks ago, the five priciest homes — four were single-family residences — totaled $11.7 million.

Besides No. 9 Walton, last week’s properties that sold were located in Lincoln Park — two of them — along with West Town and Forest Glen.

Price and property details were found on Redfin, from June 22 to 28.

9 W. Walton St. #1102 | $3.7M | Near North Side

This 2,745-square-foot condo unit in No. 9 Walton has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The deal worked out to nearly $1,350 a foot. It features panoramic windows with views to the north and east. There is a covered and heated terrace. The unit includes heated floors in the master bedroom. The unit also comes with two valet parking spaces. Jane Shawkey-Nye of Baird & Warner had the listing. Julie Harron of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty brought the buyer.

1959 W. Schiller St. | $2.2M | West Town

This townhouse was built in 1885, and has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. The four-level residence includes 11-foot ceilings on the main level, wide plank oak floors and custom millwork and trim. It also has a limestone fireplace. The master bedroom has a 360-square-foot walk-out terrace with skyline views. There is an outdoor space with a built-in grill and fireplace. Ryan Preuett of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing and Emily Smart LeMire of Compass brought the buyer.

2744 N. Magnolia Ave. | $1.9M | Lincoln Park

This townhouse was built in 2017 and includes six bedrooms and five bathrooms. It was constructed on a 3,800-square-foot lot. George Morgan and Jenna Chandler of Compass had the listing. Matt Laricy of Americorp brought the buyer.

6751 N. Edgebrook Terrace | $1.6M | Forest Glen

By far the largest home that sold last week, this house encompasses about 10,000 square feet. It includes five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The deal worked out to $163 a foot. The home was built in 2007, and was remodeled and upgraded in 2016. It includes an all-season hockey rink, and an 1,100-square-foot master suite. Joanna Olszynska and CaseyAnn Reid of Compass shared the listing. Gina Purdy of Baird & Warner brought the buyer.

2641 N. Mildred Ave. #1 | $1.25M | Lincoln Park

This 2,600-square-foot condo is in a two-unit building that was constructed in 2018. There are three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, along with heated floors. There is also a built-out garage roof deck with pergola and planters. One heated garage spot is included. R. Matt Leutheuser of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing and Madeleine Pearl of Station Chicago brought the buyer.


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