Ava Gizzo Represents Buyers in Record Breaking Wheaton Sale!

Congratulations to Ava Gizzo of the Pattie Murray Team in our Glen Ellyn office for representing the buyers in Wheaton’s all-time highest residential sale price on record! The mansion sits on 1.87 acres of land and includes a full indoor sport court and heated outdoor pool. To read more about the home and sale in the Chicago Tribune, please click here.

Abbie Joseph’s Listing is a Chicago Tribune Dream Home

Abbie Joseph, of the Glenview office, was featured in the Chicago Tribune for her listing located at 2720 Independence Avenue in Glenview. The five bedroom, four full and two half bath home on the 6th hole of The Glen Club Golf Course in Southgate on the Glen features vaulted ceilings and a floor-to-ceiling fieldstone fireplace. There are a total of five fireplaces in the home. To read more about the home, please click here.

Kelly Rynes and James Larson’s Homer Glen Listing Featured as a Chicago Tribune Dream Home

Kelly Rynes and James Larson of the Glenview office have an amazing listing in Homer Glen that piqued the interest of the Chicago Tribune for their Dream Homes feature. The 15,000 square foot five bedroom, six full and three half bath home has a two-story foyer with custom chandeliers. The lower level was inspired by the Venetian Hotel galleries and includes a theater, full spa, professional gym, bar and wine cellar. The pool and surrounding area have tiki huts and bar seating. The listing is offered for $5,999,999. To read the story, please click here.

Shirley Amico’s Midcentury Modern South Shore Listing Featured in Crain’s

Michigan Avenue’s Shirley Amico was featured in Crain’s Chicago Business for her South Shore midcentury modern listing. The 3,000 square foot landmark home at 6700 S Euclid Avenue is located across the street from the sixth tee of the Jackson Park public golf course. The contemporary home has five bedrooms and three full bathrooms, one powder room, great out door space and is listed for $675,000. There is easy access to the beach, marina, golf, shopping and transportation. To read the story, please click here.

Schiller Shissler Group Featured in Chicago Tribune

The Clybourn office’s Schiller Shissler Group was featured in the Chicago Tribune for their new Glencoe mid-century modern listing designed by Keck and Keck and built in 1953. The 2,530-square-foot three bedroom residence at 1212 Carol Lane blurs the lines between the indoors and outdoors through oversize windows, allowing for dramatic views in every season. To read the full story, please click here.

Monique Pieron’s Bucktown Listing Featured in Crain’s

Clybourn office broker Monique Pieron’s new listing in Bucktown was featured in Crain’s Before it Hits the Market. The five bedroom residence, built in the early 2000s features wonderful outdoor space including a  front stoop, patio and rooftop deck. The home will be offered for just under $2 million. To read the article, please click here.

Shirley Walker and Susan O’Connor Davis in Crain’s for Sale of Kenwood Mansion!

Michigan Avenue agents Shirley Walker and Susan O’Connor Davis were in Crain’s for the sale of an 11,000 square foot, nine-bedroom Kenwood mansion! Shirley represented the sellers, while Susan represented the buyers in the transaction. Built in 1889, the home was designed by architects Benjamin Marshall and Horatio Wilson. To read the entire article, please click here.

Crystal Tran in Chicago Tribune and Crain’s for Sale of North Lake Shore Drive Mansion!

Michigan Avenue agent Crystal Tran was mentioned in the Chicago Tribune and Crain’s Chicago Business for the sale of one of seven mansions remaining on Lake Shore Drive! Crystal represented the sellers of the 10 room Gold Coast mansion. To read the Chicago Tribune, please click here.  To read the Crain’s article, please click here.

Michael Rosenblum Quoted in Crain’s About Chicago Condo Buying Binge to Come

Michael Rosenblum of the Michigan Avenue office spoke with Dennis Rodkin at Crain’s about the Chicago condo market, enticing prices and boom to come. Michael pointed to prices hitting 2009 levels and all that downtown Chicago has to offer as reasons for the increased interest. Click to read, Get ready for a downtown condo-buying binge.