Michigan Avenue agent Liliana Sekula-Lark’s listing at 1243 E. Madison Park in the Kenwood neighborhood of Chicago was featured in Crain’s! The five bedroom and three bathroom home was designed by modernist and pupil of Mies van der Rohe architect Y.C. Wong features large forward facing sliding doors, and sliding doors that connect the living room with an outdoor space facing south. To read the entire article, please click here.
Congratulations to our Chicago Agent Magazine Agents’ Choice Finalists:
Best Agent Website: MGGroupChicago.com (Mario Greco and The MG Group, Lincoln Park Clybourn)
Managing Broker of the Year – Suburbs: Michael Mazzei, Senior Vice President and Regional Managing Broker of Bucktown, Glenview, Park Ridge and Schaumburg.
Best New Development – Suburbs: The Cheshire on Washington Boulevard (Zak Knebel and Camille Hoover, Oak Park and River Forest)
Thank you to everyone who voted! Winners will be announced on November 1st.
Listed by Michigan Avenue’s Monique Crossan, 30 E. Scott Street in Chicago was featured as a Chicago Tribune Dream Home. The 3,350-square-foot Gold Coast residence has been completely renovated. It has four-bedrooms, three full and two half baths, a handsome landscaped roof top terrace and graces a one-way tree-lined street steps from the park, beach, restaurants, boutiques and more. To read the story, please click here.
Zak Knebel and Camille Hoover of the Oak Park and River Forest offices represent The Cheshire on Washington Boulevard in Oak Park and it’s garnering some great attention in the press. The Cheshire is a 9-unit boutique elevator building that offers luxury living on one floor. Additionally, The Cheshire was just named a Finalist in the Chicago Agent Magazine Agents’ Choice Awards! To read more about the Cheshire, please click on the following publication titles: The Wednesday Journal, The Oak Park River Forest Patch, Chicago Agent Magazine, Cision and LuxuryRealEstate.com.
Crain’s Chicago Business covered Sophia Worden’s upcoming Old Town listing at 235 W Eugenie Terrace #T2. The condo is being sold by Chicago International Film Festival founder Michael Kutza who has lived there 57 years. The residence is decorated predominantly in black and white, a fitting tribute to the classic films he loves. The two-bedroom, 1,350 square foot condo is offered for $499,000. To read the story, please click here.
James Larson of the Glenview office has a fantastic Homer Glen listing that was featured as a Chicago Tribune Dream Home. The Victorian-style home at 13138 W. Chicago Bloomington Trail has eight bedrooms, five full and one half bathrooms and a two-story foyer. The finished walk-out basement has a full kitchen, wet bar and gaming areas. Additionally, there’s a seven-car garage, a screened Tiki bar, in-ground pool, a pergola with a fireplace and a horse barn. To reach the story, please click here.