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Bow truss condo in converted Tri-Taylor pasta factory lists for $399K

The four-level property lives more like a single family home than an industrial loft

Photos by Conlon: A Real Estate Company

One of six units comprising the ‘Pasta Factory Lofts’ at the corner of Polk and Claremont in Chicago’s Tri-Taylor neighborhood, this 2,000-square-foot unit offers the rustic charms of a converted loft with the privacy of a townhouse. Spread across four levels, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom residence sports original brick walls, a spiral staircase, a private rooftop deck, and dramatic timber beam ceilings.

A short walk from the shops of Taylor Street’s Little Italy and the CTA’s Blue Line, the home last sold for $385,500 in 2008, based on public records. The newly-listed property is currently seeking $399,000 plus $244 in monthly HOA dues and just manages to squeak into our Under $400K Club.