The Spring and Summer real estate markets in Chicago were very active. In fact, I had two projects line up and close on the very same day! One was an elegant 3 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath home in the outstanding Lincoln Park 2550 building. This building continues to rank as one of the top addresses in Chicago, and yes I’m a little biased since my partner Lucien Lagrange designed it. As the photo shows, this building is a winner both inside and out!
The other was a listing in the perfectly located 250 East Pearson building, known as The Pearson. The Pearson, along with 270 East Pearson and 840 N Lake Shore Drive, comprise a special set of buildings known as The Residences on Lake Shore Park!
These buildings have such beautiful views, and so close to the Magnificent Mile as well. In the Pearson there was a luxurious and spacious living room, coupled with stunning City and Lake views!
You can’t beat the neighborhood. In this photo The Residences of Lake Shore Park are on the left with the Museum of Contemporary Art and Lake Shore Park itself conveniently nearby. The Chicago Avenue underpass is only half a block away, giving bikers and joggers immediate access to one of the loveliest bike paths in the world. Empty nesters looking for a downtown home cannot do better than the Pearson!
Here is a tremendous opportunity to meet with some of the major ballet talents in the country. The Women’s Board of the Joffrey Ballet is hosting the “Giselle Luncheon’ on Monday, October 2 at 11:30 at the beautiful Loews Hotel. The Joffrey’s Artistic Director, Ashley Wheater and the two Ballerinas who will be dancing in the role of Giselle will be there to discuss the dance and answer questions. Just go to http://www.joffrey.org/luncheon if you’d like to attend!