Located at 1439 S. Michigan, this impressive condo development in the up-and-coming South Loop neighborhood offers spacious and comfortable units in one of the city’s most prestigious addresses. This impressive building was constructed in 1908, and it has since been converted into modern luxury lofts-style condominiums. The development offers units with a number of different layouts. The various floorplans include anywhere from 1 to 2 bedrooms. Typically, the living rooms are 412 square feet, providing plenty of space to host a Super Bowl party or your child's sleep-over. Although, with second bedrooms being 132 square feet on average, your kids and their little buddies will have enough space to camp out on the floor in their own room if they want.
The units at 1439 S. Michigan offer sizeable square footage, but sometimes the penthouse itself isn't enough to gain your interest if you're not allowed to bring your beloved pet along to the new abode. Not to worry, this residential building welcomes the four-legged members of the family as well, so start packing up Fluffy's things and picking out the perfect new spot for that paw-print water bowl.
In addition to the tangible characteristics of the units and regulations of the building, you'd probably like to know about the less obvious nuts and bolts behind the façade, right? More specifically, how much you should anticipate paying in monthly assessments. Well, the most recent research from homeowners in this sought-after South Loop dwelling shows the average assessments cost $258 per month. And just to help potential residents-such as yourself-get a better idea of how real estate in this building is faring these days, we've compiled the latest data on the purchase history and current conditions for 1439 S. Michigan.
From the time it is listed to the time it sells, the standard length of time a unit in this building stays on the market is 72 days. Just to give you a ballpark figure on the typical price for a place here, a 1-bedroom most recently sold for $321,250 in August of 2007. More generally speaking, the price per square foot is $281.