The Griffin House, located at 5917 N. Magnolia Avenue in Chicago, has been featured in Chicago magazine! The listing, from Lincoln Park | Clybourn agent Janet Joseph, was designed in 1908 by Walter Burley Griffin, formerly of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural team. The three bedroom and one bath Edgewater home is on the National Register of Historic Places. To read the entire article, please click here.
Mag Mile agent Janet Owen has been mentioned in Crain’s Chicago Business and the Chicago Tribune for the sale of her listing at 189 E. Lake Shore Drive, PH 18, in Chicago’s Gold Coast. The listing is the city’s third sale over $10 million in the past year. The penthouse has 3,000-square-feet of outdoor terrace space and has breathtaking lake and city views. To read the Crain’s article, please click here. To read the Chicago Tribune article, please click here.
Award-Winning Contemporary Listing in Lakeview
Kris Berger and Erin McLaughlin, agents in our Hinsdale office, have been mentioned in Crain’s for the sale of their listing at 642 S. Elm Street in Hinsdale! The five bedroom, six and three-half bath home has a beautiful bluestone terrace and a lower level equipped with a gym, sport court, and wine cellar. To read the entire article, please click here.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff Realty Group President Michael Pierson has been quoted as one of the experts in Chicago real estate in a Chicago Tribune story about the proposed real estate tax increases. In the article, Michael offers his positive outlook that the market momentum and Chicago’s status as a world-class destination will continue to keep demand and prices of real estate up. To read the entire article, please click here.
The KoenigRubloff Cares Foundation sponsored The Sunshine Kids Cubs outing. Thirteen lucky Sunshine Kids along with their parent parents, went to Wrigley Field to see the Cubs vs. the Reds. It was a day to enjoy fun in the sun and so much more. The morning started out with the Sunshine Kids and volunteers walking the field and getting to take photos by home plate before the game. Chicago Cubs relief pitcher Jason Motte came out to speak with the kids and sign autographs for each and every one of them. The kids then headed to a suite to watch the game and enjoy hot dogs, quesadillas, popcorn, and a special dessert cart where they got to choose from a number of desserts, including sundaes with their choice of toppings. Wrigley Field said that they set a record for most number of sundaes ordered in one suite at 13 sundaes, an impressive start for the first series of Sunshine Kids events in Chicago! To see photos from the event, please click here.
In a CS Magazine feature story about high-end properties in Chicago, Mag Mile agent Janet Owen has been quoted. The piece discusses how top amenities, high-rise views, and proximity to certain ideal locations serve as factors that are appealing to buyers. Janet offers her insight into what buyers may be looking for. To read the article, please click here, and look for it the lower, right-hand corner of page 83.
The KoenigRubloff Cares Foundation along with The Sunshine Kids, an organization that offers a variety of programs for children that are battling cancer, sponsored an event Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago on Tuesday, September 1 to help kick off Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. More than 40 children and family members attended, and were invited create a personal Build-a-Bear, decorate Sprinkles cupcakes and enjoy a gourmet pasta bar lunch. Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo and relief pitcher Jason Motte stopped by to meet and greet the children. To see photos from the event on Facebook, please click here!