clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Three Lake Point Tower units combine to form this sprawling condo, listed for $1.4M

New, 4 comments

The four-bedroom residence is on the market for the first time

A living room in a high-rise building with a row of windows overlooking a large body of water.
Check out those sweeping Lake Michigan views.
Photos by VHT Studios, courtesy agent Laura Topp of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff

Chicago’s iconic Lake Point Tower housed 875 units after it was converted from rental apartments to condos in 1988. Since then, the number of residences has dropped to 758 as owners combined units into larger homes. Case in point: this spacious 3,000-square-foot whopper created from three smaller units.

Perched on the waterfront skyscraper’s 11th-floor, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom condo boasts a reconfigured designed by Chicago architect Jo Palma. Standout features include an open living and dining room with bamboo flooring, a trendy all-white kitchen, and smart lighting, thermostats and automated shades. The home offers sweeping views downtown, overlooking Navy Pier’s Ferris wheel to the east and DuSable Harbor to the south.

The combined multi-unit property hit the market for the first time on Tuesday, seeking $1,395,000 plus $1,758 in monthly assessments. And, with Lake Point Tower taking recent steps to protect itself from investors looking to “deconvert” the tower back into rentals, you can rest easy without worrying about any hostile buyouts.

A rectangular kitchen island in the middle of living and dining room with wood floors on one side, and a sleek white kitchen on the other.
The kitchen boasts a large central island, white cabinets, and metal appliances.
Looking out across a bedroom with a large bed, writing desk, and column-mounted TV at a city and harbor full of boats.
The master suite—one of four bedrooms—offers expansive southern vistas.
A bench sets between a two rows matching sliding doors concealing closets on each side. The dressing area overlooks a large lake.
Even the custom dressing area has Lake Michigan views.
A bathroom with a long wooden vanity, oversized mirror, and beige stone tilework.
A bathroom with travertine stone tiles, updated fixtures, and plenty of storage.