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The redesigned project will rise 33 stories and bring 555 rental units to the hot West Loop area.
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For the first time in four decades, it’s on the market.
The nearly 700-unit skyscraper welcomed its first renters in January.
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The three-bedroom is in a walkable, bike-friendly neighborhood.
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The attractive home has a private roofdeck and was featured in West Elm’s design blog.
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This charming three-bedroom won’t last long on the market.
The 1913 structure won’t be demolished after all.
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Few units in the famous Art Deco tower come with outdoor space.
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