Located inside the 1962 Alcott tower of the Sandburg Village development at the edge of Chicago’s Gold Coast and Old Town neighborhoods, this slick one-bedroom condo manages to look contemporary while also paying homage to its mid-century pedigree. Though not necessarily huge on room, the well-thought-out living space includes dedicated areas for sitting and dining centered around a bold kitchen featuring retro-look appliances, new quartz counters, and fully-restored original steel cabinetry rendered in snazzy “snorkel blue.”
Additional upgrades include refurbished period lighting fixtures, new doors, and modern air conditioning units. The unit’s single bathroom appears to have been brightened-up with fresh looking tiles and plumbing fixtures.
Building amenities include access to private storage lockers, a bike room, fitness club, and multiple pools and tennis courts. On the market for roughly one month, this retro-inspired renovation can be had for $250,000 plus $534 in monthly HOA dues.