Situated in the popular Edgewater neighborhood of Chicago, this building at 6300 N. Sheridan is a sought-after condo development that offers quality construction, roomy units and all the modern amenities and services you need to live in comfort and style in the big city. Built in the past couple of decades, this structure houses 125 individual units and includes fee/leased parking to accommodate residents with vehicles. The various floorplans consist of 1- and 2-bedroom units with an average master bedroom size of 130 square feet and a second bedroom of 132 square feet. However, if you prefer a bit more space to sleep in, there are 169 square-foot bedrooms available in several units.
Some of the building's smaller living rooms provide 140 square feet in which to put that plush wrap-around couch and the new flat screen TV, but the average size is 244 square feet for the main room. Either way, you'll have enough room to relax and watch a movie on those quiet nights, or host great get-togethers and dinner parties. Just make sure no little four-legged friends sneak into the party because it would violate the building strict no-pets policy.
While the ability to host parties is often an essential factor in buying a home, there are other more fiscal-aspects you're probably interested in knowing. For example, what the price per sq. foot is for the units in the building and what the properties here are selling for these days. Well, lucky for you, we've got that info right here, too.
At 6300 N. Sheridan, the average price per square foot is $183, with the minimum listing price for the building at $119,900. While certain size units (meaning a two- versus a three-bedroom) sell better than others, a 1-bedroom place most recently sold for $91,000 just in July of 2007. The maximum length of time a unit in this building stays on the market (which means the time between listing and closing) is 219 days. The minimum number of days it takes to sell real estate in this Edgewater building is 35 days. Of the units that are currently listed, 1-bedroom residences are typically on the market for an average of 51 days.