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Top floor penthouse at Legacy tower knocks another $250K off asking price

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The roomy 72nd-floor home has come down by $2 million since early 2016

Photos by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff

A 5,000-square-foot penthouse occupying the 72nd floor of Chicago’s Legacy at Millennium Park condominium tower has reduced its asking price once again.

The spacious three-bedroom, four-bathroom home listed in early 2016 for $6.25 million. After two years and three prior price cuts, the property relisted on Wednesday seeking $4.25 million.

Completed in 2009 and fully renovated in 2014, this virtual single family home in the sky boasts generous 12-foot ceilings, custom hardwood and stone inlayed floors, and a sleek upgraded kitchen.

The highlight of the property is obviously its view, offers unobstructed sight lines to the north, east, and south. The top floor vantage point affords outstanding perspective of downtown Chicago, Millennium Park, and Lake Michigan through floor-to-ceiling glass.

The revised asking price includes two garage spaces and access tower’s amenities such as a pool, gym, and two outdoor terraces. Building HOA fees run an additional $4,301 per month.

With the similarly sized 1000M condo tower now marketing large luxury units several blocks to the south, Legacy’s yet-to-sell penthouse will likely face some competition.