In a Crain’s ChicagoRealEstateDaily.com, article discussing what areas homes are selling fast in Chicago, Mario Greco and Melinda Jakovich are both quoted. To read the original article, please click here.
Peter Tortorello, of our Gold Coast office, is mentioned in Crain’s ChicagoRealEstateDaily.com. His listing, at 225 North Columbus, on the 81st floor inside Chicago’s famed Aqua Tower, recently sold for nearly double the purchase price in just one day! The 2-bed, 2.5-bath condo has 16-foot, floor-to-ceiling exterior glass walls wrap around the unit’s uniquely curved balcony. To read the full article, please click here.
Nancy Joyce, of our Gold Coast office, is mentioned in Crain’s ChicagoRealEstateDaily.com. Her vintage listing, 17 East Scott Street, was built in 1886, and is being featured for its modern renovation. The sleek lines, light rooms, and colorful, chartreuse kitchen are compliments of architect Paul Florian. He recently revamped the property, keeping its classic exterior, yet modernizing the entire interior. To view the full article and photo gallery, please click here.
It was a beautiful weekend for Libertyville Days 2014! The annual event took place June 12 – 15, and included a parade featuring our very own KoenigRubloff Libertyville team (as well as a special appearance by Dorothy of the Wizard of Oz)! Thanks to everyone who volunteered. This is great exposure for the company and we love being a part of the community presence in Lake County! Please click here to view more photos.
Marie Campbell, of our Gold Coast office, has been mentioned in Chicago Magazine! Her listing, at 175 East Delaware, struck the eye of writer Ian Spula due to its large size (4,100-square feet!), unique detailing, and gorgeous south-east facing views on the 75th floor of the John Hancock Center. To view more photos or to read the full article, please click here.
Elizabeth Jakaitis, of our Lake Forest office, is mentioned in Crain’s ChicagoRealEstateDaily.com. Elizabeth is representing Kandis Wrigley. Ms. Wrigley is listing her Mediterranean-inspired Lake Forest home for $2.95 million. The home was built in 1928 and includes 5 beds, 4.2 baths, and features beautifully landscaped gardens. To view the full photo gallery, please click here. To read the full Crain’s piece, please click here.
Joanne Nemerovski of our Lincoln Park/Clark Street office, and Jennifer Mills Klatt of our Webster Street office, are mentioned in Today’s Chicago Woman. The article, “What Women Want”, discusses the purchasing power of female buyers, and how more and more women are coming to the table with very focused checklists. Both Jennifer and Joanne agree their clients are doing their homework when making investment decisions, be it for themselves or for their families. Joanne says, “Serious home buyers have to act fast and have an assertive broker who really knows their stuff.” “…they want what they want, and are willing to pay for it,” says Jennifer. To read the full article, please click here.
Courtney Glatty of our Lake Forest office is the newest fashion maven to be selected for Chicago Agent Magazine’s My Style feature. Courtney divulges her personal fashion tips, offering timeless advice like DO go with your gut and DON’T settle for something you don’t love. Check out the article to read about her biggest fashion crime and must-have accessory. Hint: it’s essential for her real-estate business!
Check out the latest TV spot from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, promoting our distinction as “Real Estate Agency Brand of the Year”! Our national brand received the highest numerical Equity Score among Real Estate Agency brands included in the 2014 Harris Poll EquiTrend® Study, which is based on opinions of 41,806 U.S. consumers ages 15 and over surveyed online.
Chris Downey, of our Winnetka office, has recently been featured in both Chicago Magazine and Chicago Sun-Times’ Splash! Splash highlighted Chris’s luxury real estate accomplishments in their “Market Movers” piece. Chicago Magazine writes about Chris’ listing at 20 Kent Road in Winnetka that was designed by famed architect Larry Booth. The all-white mansion is listed for the first time since it was built by Booth in 1979. To read the Splash article, please click here. To read the Chicago Magazine piece, please click here!