For sheer visual and people-watching spectacle it doesn't get any better in Chicago than the intersection of State and Rush.
The staggering array of restaurants, shopping and nightlife within two short blocks of that Gold Coast intersection makes it easy to understand why housing in the area is so desirable.
Turn east on Cedar Street from the intersection and you've crossed into what seems a different world -- a tree-shrouded street lined with a rich mix of older homes and vintage and contemporary high-rises.
The 60s vintage high-rise at 33 East Cedar has a façade that belies the opulent feel presented by its lobby.
Join Charles Barenbrugge of Re/Max Premier Properties for a look at the neighborhood and a tour of a 1-bedroom condo that's currently for sale for $229,000.
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