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Fully rehabbed Lincoln Park co-op with park and lake views asks $6M

This updated, full-floor residence is pretty much a single family home in the sky

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Located on the 9th floor of the 1923 Howard Van Doren Shaw-designed building at 2450 N. Lakeview Avenue, this massive Lincoln Park co-op offers all the space of the neighborhood’s many single-family mansions plus dramatic wrap-around views of the park, North Pond, and Lake Michigan. Despite the building’s nearly 100-year age, the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home was the recipient of a recent gut rehab and sports many modern features including a top-of-the-line kitchen, butler’s pantry, and upgraded master bath.

While not quite as expensive as its immediate upstairs neighbor, the full-floor home is still seeking a substantial amount of money—$5,995,000 plus $5,453 in monthly HOA/co-op fees to be exact. Considering the 8,000-square-foot property listed as recently as February asking $6,300,000, it’s clear the current owners are serious about moving this ultra-luxurious, ultra-roomy piece of real estate. The price also includes access to a private courtyard, fitness room, and parking garage.