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Sleekly renovated River North condo with large private terrace asks $1.525M

Nearly every feature of this modern half-floor unit has been upgraded

Located on the 7th floor of the blue-glass tower at 110 W. Superior Street, this renovated three-bedroom River North home offers the bells and whistles of a new construction at a considerably lower—though still by no means cheap—asking price.

Despite being built less than a decade ago, the half-floor residence has seen just about every component either refreshed, replaced, or wired for smartness. The property received no less than “$225,000 in quality upgrades” over the past two years, the listing notes said.

Standout features include a remodeled kitchen, renovated bathrooms, custom closets, refinished hardwood floors, motorized window shades, LED lighting, and hardwired speakers and media cabinets. From light switches to thermostats to ceiling fans, everything is smart and fully integrated.

While the surrounding cityscape looks great through the home’s floor-to-ceiling windows, things get even better stepping out on to the 1,200-square-foot wrap-around private terrace. There are upgrades aplenty outdoors as well thanks to new cedar paneling, a fire table, automated irrigation system, and a outdoor kitchen complete with a fridge and gas grill.

The sleek and modern condo is listed for $1,525,000 plus $1,772 in monthly HOA fees. The unit comes with an additional ground floor storage unit, two heated garage spaces, and full use of the building’s amenities. Before receiving its comprehensive makeover, the home had previously listed for $1,129,000 in 2011.