Located on the fifth floor of the 2007 Booth Hansen-designed building at 30 W. Oak Street, this roomy two-bedroom condo unit could easily double as a modern art gallery. Featuring custom display niches, built-in aftermarket lighting, a designer kitchen, and an unusual color-shifting LED “art wall” in its foyer, the highly upgraded unit makes a dramatic statement as soon as you step inside. Other stand-out features include gas fireplaces, stone floors, a private office, and a roomy corner terrace.
While artistic decorating choices are subjective in nature, there’s little ambiguity when it comes to the condo’s $1,895,000 asking price. At $921 per foot, the home is among Chicago’s more expensive two-bedroom properties currently for sale. According to the recent listing, monthly homeowners’ association dues will run prospective buyers an additional $1,486.