While $5 million condos list in New York on a daily basis, it's a number worth noting here in the Midwest. Chicago certainly has a fair share of pricey homes and condominiums, but it's not everyday that you get two units asking over $5 million each listing on the same day. At that price range, would-be homeowners can expect a space that is totally decked out with some serious views of downtown. It should be assumed that luxury amenities and parking are also included. Here's a look at what has just hit the market this week.
↑ 340 E Randolph Street E Unit 62W
Size: 3 bed/3 bath (4,900 square feet)
Price: $5.7 million
The details: With its ask well over the five and a half million mark, this top floor penthouse unit at 340 on the Park is one of the priciest condos on the market in Chicago. The unit sports three separate outdoor terraces and looks over Navy Pier, Maggie Daley Park, Millennium Park and the rest of Grant Park. Two heated garage parking spaces are included and the monthly homeowners association dues are $2,447/month.
↑ 800 N Michigan Avenue #5101
Size: 6 bed/5.5 bath (6,200 square feet)
Price: $5.1 million
The details: Unfortunately, this listing doesn't include interior photos, but we can assume that the unit is likely decked out as it's located in the pricey Park Tower in the heart of the Magnificent Mile—one of the city's most expensive buildings. The listing mentions that this unit has two balconies, offering 360 degree views of the city. Be prepared to cough up some serious cash every month as the homeowners association dues are $3,727/month.