Located in the 1927 former Locomobile Company of America showroom and service building at 2000 S. Michigan Avenue, this lofty Motor Row condo offers a lot of historical charm for relatively little scratch. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home features exposed brickwork, sturdy 16-foot concrete ceilings, and a wall of windows facing the South Loop’s landmarked Gothic Revival-style Second Presbyterian Church.
Other notable perks include a fully-lofted master suite, a second bedroom which can double as a home office space, an all new kitchen, and updated bathrooms. Residents of the building have access to an exercise room, dedicated storage space, and an adjacent parking garage. A major redesign of the building’s communal sun deck is also currently in the works.
The 1,300-square foot condo recently hit the market seeking $339,900 plus $371 in monthly HOA dues. According to the listing notes, the current asking price also includes two years of parking.