Premier and elegant Gold Coast boutique building. One-bedroom home in vintage pre-war condominium, across from the Racquet Club of Chicago. Flooded with light from the North & South. Quiet, high floor with neighborhood views. Elevator to your semi-private foyer. Updated, bright eat-in-kitchen. Newer bath with a window. The elegant gallery with a barrel vaulted ceiling leads to a spacious Living Room / Dining Room. Hardwood floors. Original crown moldings. Neutral decor. Private, large storage room for each owner. On-site manager. Several parking garages available.
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This listing 1366 North Dearborn Street 9b Chicago, Il 60610
is a attached single listing
with 1 full bath, 1 bedroom and approximately 1,000 square feet. 1366 North Dearborn Street 9B was built in 1926. 1366 North Dearborn Street 9B is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60610.
It has been listed on our site since 1/30/18.
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The Gold Coast neighborhood is one of the wealthiest areas in Chicago. The Gold Coast represents convenience and elegance at its finest. The well-known Chicago neighborhood is located just one mile from the Loop with access to magnificent shopping, world-class dining, and just a walk to the Oak Street beach and Lake Michigan. High rise luxury condominiums, which were once mansions, with r...
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