The only surviving member of the famed Edgewater Beach Hotel complex, the pink stucco Edgewater Beach Apartments still hint at the conspicuous wealth of the roaring twenties. It's in its scale: 305 co-op units, two acres of gardens, a shopping arcade, library, and indoor pool. The art deco lobby takes you back too. This sixth-floor 3-bed/ 3-bath unit, new-to-market, has "sunrise, sunset, park & lake views". We don't have the square footage, but the listing ensures it's spacious. There's integrity in the hardwoods and built-ins, but it looks like there hasn't been any updating since the 60s. Assessments run $1,098/month but include everything down to property tax. Parking runs another $90-$150/month. It's not the palatial resort community it once was, but you're still right on the water and flanked by other fine representatives of the era as part of the Bryn Mawr Historic District. The ask? $265K.
·Listing: 5555 N Sheridan Rd #615 [Prudential Rubloff]