This residential building in the River North neighborhood offers spacious units, quality construction and all the amenities you need to live in comfort and modern luxury. Located at 225 W. Huron, just steps from Downtown Chicago, this fantastic condo development has 100 individual units with general vicinity parking for residents' vehicles.
This River North building offers residences a number of diverse layouts and an average of 800 square feet of living space. Most of the floorplans include 1 bedroom with a standard master bedroom size of 183 square feet. Generally, the kitchens are 80 square feet, providing plenty of room to prepare a meal for the family, or throw together a banquet-size spread for a few friends at your new home (who knows, maybe you'll even invite over the neighbors for a little meet and greet).
Grand dinner parties or not, sometimes the deal breaker in purchasing a new home is whether or not your four-legged family member is welcome. Well, in case you have a Fido or other furry friend waiting in the wings, you'll be happy to know this residential building is pet friendly. So don't forget to scope out that new spot for the food dish.
In addition to the building basics, you're probably interested in learning a bit about the cost of living in the Huron Street Lofts, like, for example, how much you might have to pay in assessments and taxes every year. Well, the typical assessments for this charming Chicago residence are $215 per month, in addition to average annual taxes that range from $1,500 and $4,000. And just to help you see how a piece of real estate here stands up to property in other buildings in River North neighborhood, or elsewhere in the city, we've compiled the most up-to-date data-in case you want to compare.
The price per square foot for units at 225 W. Huron is $302, with an average square footage of 800. The smallest properties offer 681 square feet of living space, while the largest ones encompass 1,000 and above square foot floorplans. The standard length of time a unit in this building stays on the market (between listing and closing) is 126 days. Just to give you an idea of the building's residential real estate value today, a 1-bedroom unit sold for $255,000 in August of 2007. The average listing price of a home at 225 W. Huron is $269,271, and there are currently many 1-bedroom residences available at this lovely River North residential enclave.