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Lake Point Face-Off: 3,000 Square Feet, in Wood or Marble?

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A couple of high-floor Lake Point Tower units, large enough to encompass a "double curve" (consult the building's rippled disposition) have recently landed on the market. The specs are about the same: 3,000 square feet, three bedrooms, and three full baths. Unit 4306-07 has the fuller furnishing while unit 4912 has greater warmth. Both have had a soup-to-nuts renovation very recently. The main difference (and, we're thinking, the dividing line) is flooring: unit 4306-07 has marble, marble, marble and unit 4912 has a bounty of hardwoods. There are other details around which to rally, like the latter unit's mahogany doors, textured wallpaper, and two-sided marble fireplace or the other home's modernist approach to its kitchen and doors. Don't take sides without comparing price — unit 4306-07, despite being perched six floors below unit 4912, is asking $390K more: $1.79M to $1.4M. We're gonna chalk that off to the marble addiction. Okay, time to flag your fave (polls close Monday at noon).
·Listing: 505 N LSD #4306-07 [Koenig & Strey]
·Listing: 505 N LSD #4915 [Koenig & Strey]

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