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These Andersonville 2-Bedroom Condos Are Listing For Just Under $600K

A new development called ‘TheWin’ in Andersonville that which was just completed has three 2-bedroom top floor condominiums listed at just under $600,000. Another first level 3-bedroom is listed at $650,000.

The new construction at 1470 W. Winona, which replaced a large single family home that was referred to by neighbors as ‘the compound,’ are currently the highest priced 2-bedroom condos in the area. Two lesser priced condos on the second level in the complex have already sold and three other units are currently contingent.

The three higher priced 2-bedrooms are located on the third floor and are around 1,2oo sq ft of space which includes 2- full baths and a second level den which leads out to a 25′ x 22′ open-air deck with skyline views. The living space connects to a private 126 sq ft south facing covered terrace and they are boasting high end finishes such as custom cabinetry, Bosch appliances, custom closets and a heated bathroom floor. A one car parking spot and a full-size storage room is included.

Developers continue to eye properties such as this which sit on extra-wide parcels of land and are located in hot real estate markets such as Andersonville and Edgewater. If the old property can sell at a low price, people have potential of earning large profits with these type of developments.

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  • Jeff P

    As the owner of this development, I need to correct the information shown. The top floor two bedroom plus den units are in fact +/- 1500 square feet and not 1200 square feet as described, plus the substantial private outdoor spaces for each.
    The information in this article seems to be compiled from several other pieces in Crain’s Chicago Business and DNA Info where I was interviewed by the respective writers. The present article is sounds as if written in the form of commentary and opinion as evidenced by the last paragraph, and not in the style of reporting to provide information.

    • BuzzModerator

      All information was taken directly from the listing, so the story is factual according to that. I did not read either of the other stories mentioned. Square footage was also taken from the listing. I inserted no opinion in any way. I rather report the full story.

      • Mike

        And why should it matter to him? Profit is not a dirty word.

  • mimi harris

    The Compound, as it was referred to, was REZA’s family home. He has owned a lot of property in the neighborhood without good reputation. I don’t know if he still does. It doesn’t surprise me that he would charge top dollar or even that he would be the developer of his property. My hunch is ,just a hunch, he doesn’t care about neighborhood values. Deinitely a money guy.