In a story about home prices in the Chicagoland area, Michigan Avenue agent Shirley Amico offered her insight into what she has observed on the South Shore. To read the entire article, please click here.
Mark Pasquesi, president of brokerage for BHHS Chicago, was interviewed by RIS Media. In the interview, he shared his thoughts on how great it is to be part of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network, how he sees the market evolving throughout the rest of the year, what industry trends he’s seeing, and how BHHS Chicago stays flexible, current and prepared for the future. Click here to read the interview.
David Zwarycz and Shay Hata of the Buy Sell Love Chicago group in the Lincoln Park Clybourn office represented the buyers of 2121 N. Hudson Avenue in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. The four bedroom, four bathroom Italianate-style home on an oversized lot was purchased for $2,250,000. Prominent architect W.W. Boyington designed the home and it was built in the late 1860s. A plaque at the property tells the story, “This is Policeman Bellinger’s Cottage, saved by his heroic efforts from The Chicago Fire, October 1871”. Click here to read the story.
Michigan Avenue’s Helaine Cohen, founder of Chicago Condo Finder, was featured in Crain’s Chicago Business for her new listing on the 54th floor of the Bloomingdale’s Building. The seller is Don Fites, former Chairman of Caterpillar, and he purchased the home as a part-time residence when he retired after more than 40 years at Caterpillar. The residence enjoys amazing views to the east and south. Reflective ceilings in the space take full advantage of the views, whether it’s day or night. The property is offered for $2.1 million. Click here to read the article in Crain’s.
Michigan Avenue’s Janet Owen was interviewed about the luxury market by Crain’s Chicago Business. In the article, she shares that a contributing factor to the current boom is the rising cost of luxury rentals and people deciding to purchase rather than rent. To read the article, please click here.
Michigan Avenue’s Janet Owen was interviewed about the luxury market by Crain’s Chicago Business. In the article she shares that a contributing factor to the current boom is the rising cost of luxury rentals and people choosing to purchase instead of renting. To read the article, please click here.
April Baker of the Gillian Baker Team in the Oak Park office represented the buyers in a record Forest Park purchase. The single family residence at 439 Thomas in Forest Park closed June 22nd for $830,000, which is a historical record for the community. The sale of the 3,600-square-foot has four bedrooms and three and a half baths. Read more in Chicago Agent Magazine, the Oak Park-River Forest Patch and LuxuryRealEstate.com.