Lincoln Park Clark agent Joanne Nemerovski’s Lincoln Park Listing located on Altgeld Street is Crain’s Luxury Home of the Week! The home has historical significance, with the handrails around the front garden being from the Nortown Theater, a 1930s movie palace that was demolished in 2007. The four bedroom home also boasts a terrace perfect for spending time in the sun. To read the entire article, please click here.
Just in time for Halloween, Wall Street Journal featured a story on the use Elm Street addresses in films like Wes Craven’s “Nightmare on Elm Street.” Broadway Street agent Brad Lippitz speaks about the prestige of Chicago’s own Elm Street, and how he even recently had his listing at 53 E. Elm Street go under contract. To read more about why that cult classic movie hits close to home for so many, please click here.
A lakefront mansion located at 663 Circle Lane was featured in Crain’s Chicago Business! The listing from Lake Forest’s Lyon Martini Group is a seven bedroom, seven full and three half bath home that lies on almost 2.5 acres and has an original restored tea house, beautiful outdoor pool, and a first floor guest suite. To read the entire article, please click here.
Those looking for an incredible view will not be disappointed with Lincoln Park Clark Street agent Joanne Nemerovski’s upcoming listing at Skybridge in the West Loop! The two-bedroom 37th floor penthouse has a two-story living room with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the city and has just been named Crain’s Luxury Home of the Week. The kitchen and bathrooms are completely outfitted with pristine finishes, and the home also boasts an outdoor balcony. To read the entire article, please click here.
2733 W. Agatite Avenue, an incredible four bedroom, three full and one half bath Ravenswood listing from Mag Mile agent Michael Drommerhausen, is featured as one of the top destinations for Trick-Or-Treating on Zillow! Ideally located on a quiet residential street, the home has charming curb appeal and an inviting glass door. To see Zillow’s entire list of Halloween stops all over the country, please click here.
1955 N. Burling Street, Mag Mile agent Janet Owen’s stunning listing, was featured in both Crain’s Chicago Business and Curbed! The seven bedroom, eight full and five half bath residence that boasts a theater and indoor pool is back on the market with a new price. To read more about it in Crain’s, please click here. To read the Curbed Chicago article, please click here.
1300 N. Astor Street, Residence 7B, was featured in Curbed Chicago! The one bedroom, one full bath listing from Lincoln Park Clark agent Mariah Dell, is lauded for its spectacular views. Located in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Chicago, the home also has a newly renovated bathroom and an updated kitchen. To read more about this residence, please click here.
22 Aberdeen Court, a French inspired estate in Bannockburn, was featured in Crain’s Chicago Business! The six bedroom, six full and two half bath residence listed by Lake Forest agent Mona Hellinga has impressive curb appeal with a winding driveway that leads up to the 3.7 acre wooded property. The home also boasts an elevator, soaring ceilings, and a Christopher Peacock gourmet kitchen. To read the entire article, please click here.
Packaged Foods Company ConAgra is moving their headquarters from Omaha, Nebraska, home of Berkshire Hathaway’s own Warren Buffett, to Chicago. The location shift is on the radar for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff Realty Group, as president Michael Pierson points out to Crain’s Chicago Business! To read the entire article, please click here.
Inspired by the Chateau de Bagatelle in Paris, the Edward H. Bennett designed residence at 89 Deerpath Road was featured in Architectural Digest! The listing from Lake Forest agent Mona Hellinga is a nine-bedroom, six full and three half bath estate that is on the National Register of Historic Places. A fountain in the front of the home is a tribute to another Edward H. Bennett creation, the Buckingham Fountain. To see the feature in Architectural Digest, please click here.