One of a kind Penthouse home with views overlooking Lincoln Park and the Lake, at the intersection of the Gold Coast, Lincoln Park and Old Town. 1550 On The Park offers luxury new-construction in a boutique, full-amenity building. With interiors by Gary Lee Partners, each spacious 2-, 3- or 4BR home features professional design and elegant finishes: 10' to 11' ceilings; O'Brien Harris cabinetry; Sub-Zero, Wolf and Miele appliances; rift and quarter-sawn oak floors; Kallista, Dornbracht and Lacava fixtures; and expansive terraces or balconies. Views of Lincoln Park and Lake Michigan from many homes. Amenities include 24-hour Lobby Staff, Fitness Center, Club Room, Library Lounge and Board Room. Priced from $2,125,000 to $5,850,000. Heated garage parking from $66,000. Sales Gallery at 1549 N. Wells. Open Fri. - Sun., 1 - 4 PM or by appt.
This listing 1550 North Clark Street #1002 Chicago, Il 60610
is a attached single listing
with 4 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 4,518 square feet. 1550 North Clark Street #1002 was built in 2019. 1550 North Clark Street #1002 is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60610.
It has been listed on our site since 2/9/18.
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