A 4,000-square-foot condo inside a 19th century former police station has re-listed in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. Located in the heart of the bustling Halsted Street retail corridor, the old masonry building was once upon a time occupied by the CPD’s 40th Precinct before its conversion into a ground floor retail space topped by this single, well-lit residence. The spacious home also includes high ceilings, an upgraded kitchen, an enormous private roof deck, and a garage with gated driveway fronting Halsted.
Last month, the three-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom property was listed for sale at $2.15 million. With no apparent takers, the condo has returned over the weekend at a reduced price of $1.895 million—a downward adjustment in excess of $250,000. Will the lower price be enough to secure a new owner for the unusual and historic Lincoln Park home?
- Condo in old Lincoln Park police station returns seeking $2.15 million [Curbed Chicago]
- 2128 North Halsted #2, Chicago IL [Dream Town Realty]
- Lincoln Park archive [Curbed Chicago]