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Under $300,000 Loft Real Estate Deathmatch

In today's edition of Real Estate Deathmatch, we compare four lofts under $300K throughout the city. Some have incredible skyline views, and others have prime locations near shopping and nightlife. Whether you want to live in the heart of Wicker Park, or the South Loop, decent deals can still be found. Take a long gander and let us know which place you would choose.



↑ 2101 W Rice Street #402 Located in the heart of the Ukrainian Village, this spacious 1,100 square foot loft can be had for $287,500. The one bedroom, one and a half bath has pretty sweet skyline views from its private balcony.


↑ 1400 N Milwaukee Avenue #401 For only $229,900, you can just step out the front door and find yourself in Wicker Park's burgeoning shopping, restaurant and nightlife scene. Though this one bed, one bath unit maybe not be the most spacious at 750 square feet, its price does include a garage parking space and the location can't be beat.


↑ 1524 S Sangamon Street #704 Great deals can be found around University Village, and this two bed, one and a half bath unit is a prime example. This loft space has tall ceilings and totally unobstructed skyline views. A garage parking space is included with its $265,000 ask.


↑ 1516 S Wabash Avenue #904 Finally, we end our death match in the South Loop. Located near the top of its building, this one bed, one and a half bath unit sports tall ceilings and awesome skyline views. At 918 square feet, it's also one of the more spacious lofts in the lineup. The unit is a short walk away from the Museum Campus and can be had for $224,900, but a garage space will set you back an additional $25,000.
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