How much would you pay for a new brick row house in the Prairie District pocket neighborhood of the South Loop? If you’re looking at one of the new homes in the Prairie Court development, then you should expect to spend around $1 million or more for a one of the new units. Initially unveiled back in 2014, the new row home project from Sandz Development and Golub dubbed Prairie Court is delivering dozens of new residences to the site of the failed X/O condominiums project at the corner of Prairie Avenue and 18th Street.
Due to the site's location, the plan fell under the city’s famous Lakefront Protection Ordinance and had to be approved by a number of committees before construction could begin. However, finishes are upscale and units are spacious. The row homes stand at three and four stories, and each includes parking for two vehicles. Sales initially kicked off in April but new units continue to enter the MLS. There are several currently listed, ranging from $925,000 for a three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit up to $1.435 million for a larger five-bedroom, four-bathroom home.
- Current listings [@properties]
- Plan for 62 Townhomes Shared with Anxious Neighborhood [Curbed Chicago]