The Olympia Centre skyscraper in Chicago's River North neighborhood is one of the most distinctive buildings on the Chicago skyline because of its distinctive shape. Like many mixed-use buildings, the lower portion of the building is reserved for commercial use, while the upper levels are condos inhabited by permanent residents. In this particular building though, the developers decided that the lower floors should be slightly wider than the upper half of the building, so the tower tapers as it rises from the ground.
The unit layouts in this building range from studios to 3-bedrooms, and depending on the size of the property, you can expect to pay anywhere from just below the market price to just or slightly above the market price for a place in this River North residence. The larger units offer 660 square feet of living space while the smaller ones are 660 square feet in area. The various floorplans include kitchens that range from 64 square feet to 76 square feet, which should provide plenty of counter space to mass produce lunches for kids to take to school, prepare dinner for the family, or assemble a masterful spread of finger-foods for the next spur-of-the-moment get-together thrown your way. And, don't worry about where everyone is going to sit, with 357 square-foot living rooms and 348 square-foot dining rooms, you can treat your guests to a formal affair at the dinner table, or let them hangout in front of the TV.
Ample living space or not, sometimes the most crucial factor in purchasing a new home is whether your four-legged family member is welcome in the building or not. Well, this is one residential building that happens to be pet friendly, so Fluffy and Fido can make the move, too.
Beds: 2 | Baths: 3.0 | Square Feet: 2143
Beds: 2 | Baths: 2.5 | Square Feet: 1904
Beds: 1 | Baths: 1.0 | Square Feet: 875
Beds: 2 | Baths: 2.5 | Square Feet: 2154