The co-leader in stupefying River North penthouses—along with The Contemporaine's dynamo—has sold for $2.4M (both closed for $2.4M, actually). There's also a parallel to be drawn between architect Miller Hull's overt steel and glass dependency, transparent floors, and floating staircase, and the recently sold Kreuck + Sexton redesign of the pinnacle of Mies' 860 LSD, dubbed the Stainless Steel Apartment. Both deliver their occupants, gift wrapped, to the skies. It took just three months to sell Miller Hull's beaut, with just $100K in price slippage. Sorry if you missed the boat, we did too. At least we get a parting glance at the 14-foot ceilings, assorted contemporary trappings, and enormous private roof deck.
·Listing: 156 W Superior St. #PH [Baird & Warner]
·Contemporaine's Top Dog, With the Rock Garden Terraces, Sells for $2.4M [Curbed Chicago]
·Krueck + Sexton's Stainless Steel Apartment Sells for $2M [Curbed Chicago]