Perched inside a building from 1902, this Indiana Avenue corner condo faithfully follows the urban rehab checklist, boasting brick walls, terracotta ceilings, wood floors and exposed duct work for good measure. But with a prime position and balcony boasting skyline views and sunlight in spades, the nearly 1,700 square foot, two-bed, two-bath has some unique selling points too. Split by a partial wall and double-sided gas fireplace, the main living space and kitchen provide space to spread out (and, if you're so inclined, plenty of room for antlers on the wall). And it doesn't steal space from a pair of sizable master suites with ample closet space. As another South Loop building boom begins to bring a flood of contemporary condos to the market, something with a little more character may make a nearly $475,000 ask seem attractive.