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Last week's Curbed roundup of pricey sales touched on happenings at 1500 N LSD. As it turns out, the 22nd-floor, 6,450 square-foot co-op that sold for $5M was the tip of the iceberg: two other units in the 57-unit building sold last week as well. Dennis Rodkin reviews the closings, including a seventh floor duplex that fetched $4.2M and a fourth floor space going for $2.295M. The ritzy 1920s building was built by McNally & Quinn Architects who were responsible for some of midtown Manhattan's grandest co-ops. The address has been home to members of the McCormick, Field, and Wrigley families, and, doubtless, other wealthy progeny. [Chicago Mag, previously]