Lincoln Park home fetches $10M, sets 2022 area record

The home is the first one to sell for over $10M in the affluent neighborhood since 2021

A photo illustration of 2026 North Mohawk Street in Lincoln Park (Google Maps)
A photo illustration of 2026 North Mohawk Street in Lincoln Park (Google Maps)

A Lincoln Park mansion sold for $10 million, marking the priciest sale in the affluent neighborhood and the fourth in the city to reach at least that threshold this year.

The home at 2026 N Mohawk St. was purchased on July 12, according to Cook County records. It was bought and sold by limited liability companies Mohawk Partners II and Mohawk Partners. An apparent off-market transaction, the brokers weren’t disclosed.

The 9,300-square-foot home, with six bedrooms and six bathrooms, was built in 2005 and last sold in 2016 for $8.5 million. At the time, DNAInfo Chicago said the home had a theater, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, an exercise room and a library.

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The last sale of a Lincoln Park home for more than $10 million came in December, when an 8,000-square-foot home on N Burling St. fetched $12.5 million. Other Chicago-area homes that reached at least $10 million were two in Winnetka and a $20 million condo at Trump Tower Chicago.

Other high-end houses around Lincoln Park have sold for significantly more than before the pandemic. One of them, the first multimillion-dollar area home to sell as Covid spread, closed for $6 million on Aug. 1. It’s been substantially updated since 2020, when it sold for $4.1 million, according to its Zillow listing.

In June, ​​a Lincoln Park mansion that traded for $4.2 million two years ago sold for $5.9 million. The sellers had put $900,000 into the home.

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