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Stylish, retro condo with incredible Lake Michigan views on Mag Mile asks $500K

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Live in the iconic Hancock Center skyscraper

A view of the living room with a large red desk, a white couch and framed abstract art hanging on the wall. There is a long horizontal window.
175 E. Delaware Place Unit 5504
Photos by Redfin, courtesy of Redfin listing agents Nathan Ortiz and Jacqueline Colando.

One of Chicago’s most iconic high-rises isn’t just for office space—there are a few hundred condos overlooking the Mag Mile at the John Hancock Center (now, officially called 875 North Michigan Avenue).

The residences have access to a private entrance on Delaware, 24-hour building staff, an indoor pool, a gym, a dry cleaners, and a small grocery store. This particular unit faces north and has a completely unobstructed view (some condo windows are blocked by the “X” on the exterior).

The two bedroom, two bathroom condo has a custom designed interior and the kitchen was recently rehabbed with a dark grain wood cabinets that gives off a midcentury modern aesthetic. Other retro design elements include chrome decor accents, acrylic furniture pieces, and a glam mirrored bathroom with marquee lighting.

The view out the long horizontal window is enhanced by a long length of mirror that runs along the top ledge. Depending on where you sit, it reflects the cityscape below or the beautiful blue water in Lake Michigan.

Interested in 175 E. Delaware Place Unit 5504? It’s listed for $499,900.

A living an dining room with brown carpet, a long window, and a four seat table.
There are stainless steel appliances and dark grain wood cabinets in the open kitchen which overlooks a living area with a long horizontal window.
There is a bed facing a television. A red chair and a nightstand are also in the room.
A long blue vanity countertop with marquee lighting on top of the mirror. There is a white chair and a mirrored closet.

This space is separate from the second bathroom and offers a large vanity area.

A tall black skyscraper with an X pattern all the way up to the top. There are shorter smaller buildings around it and a tree in the foreground.
A view of Hancock Center from street level.