Brad Lippitz of our Broadway office has been mentioned in Chicago magazine for his new listing at 2129 W. Webster Avenue in Chicago’s Bucktown neighborhood. The decor of this three bedroom, three-full and one-half bath condo strikes a balance between modern and traditional design, and has a unique 60-foot-wide floor plan. Ornate architectural details add character to the residence, while a chef’s kitchen and updated bathrooms add contemporary luxury. The property also has lush gardens and terraces for relaxing outdoor space. To read the entire article, please click here.
Brad Lippitz, of our Chicago Broadway office, was mentioned in Crain’s Chicago Business for his listing at 1302 N. Ritchie Court. The four bedroom, four full and two half bath Gold Coast row house dates back to the 19th century and has a newly installed elevator and a rooftop terrace. To read the entire article, please click here.
Brad Lippitz of our Chicago | Broadway office has been mentioned in Chicago magazine for his listing at 421 W. Melrose, Unit 22A, in the city’s Lakeview East neighborhood. The building was built in 1928 and was believed to once be a Chicago social club. The unit underwent a gut renovation, and now features a mix of Art Nouveau and Art Deco design with amazing city and lake views. To read the original article, please click here.
421 W Melrose #22A – Chicago
Brad Lippitz of our Chicago | Broadway office has been mentioned in Sun-Times’ Splash! His listing, at 421 West Melrose, Unit #22A, has been featured in an article about “Rooms With A View”. This stunning vintage penthouse features a 2-story living room with breathtaking views of Lake Michigan. To see the original article, please click here.
Brad Lippitz, from of our Chicago/Broadway office, is mentioned in Chicago Magazine! His Lakeview listing, at 820 West Wolfram, recently underwent a complete redesign with the help of architect Gary Beyerl. The modern, modular layout now features sliding glass doors throughout and a private, walled patio for greater indoor-outdoor living. To read the full article, please click here.