Saturday, June 19, 2010


Situated in the heart of the West Loop CA23  is a new project by The Brixton Group. It has been under construction for awhile but units have been delivering and it is a well built and sleekly designed property. Known as , the development at 19 N. Aberdeen will eventually consist of two buildings with 48 new construction 2-4 bedroom units boasting ceiling heights between 11 and 18 feet and ranging from approximately 1900 square feet to 4000 square feet. The inspired, modern architectural atmoshpere makes this a unique and exceptional opportunity for today's purchaser seeking dynamic space, high quality design and top of the line finishes. Private elevator access to each unit, materials such as steel, glass and limestone combine for a brilliant facade, garage parking and large private landscaped yards for selected units create a unique and special development.

If you are going to stop by the Taste of Randolph Street fest this weekend, check out these places. They will be open on Sunday, June 20th, from 12-3pm.

While you're out and about, there is an amazing new property to the market at 850 W. Adams. This is one of my favorite loft buildings in the area if you are looking for large, sprawling space. It is two units combined into one leaving lots of open living space and quiet separate sleeping space The dining and living room, family room, office/den and eat in kitchen are combined into one giant living and entertaining space. Features include stainless and glass accents, high ceilings and all windows with southern and eastern exposure. There is also a terrace along the east to watch the sunrise.

Poured concrete, exposed duct work in the main living space and soft loft curves and finishes in the bedroom spaces plus a separate office with murphy bed.

This is presently owned by Annie and Lou originally of Annie Properties who were leaders in building and developing the west loop area.

If you are interested in seeing either property or if you have questions, give me a call.

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