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This stunning Gold Coast co-op is ready for its magazine closeup for $1.55M

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The art-filled residence boasts a soaring living room—and equally high monthly assessments

A long, two-story room with three tall windows at one end, sliding wood panel doors, a sofa, a coffee table, and several sculptures on podiums.
The living room has high ceilings with soaring double-height windows and no shortage of art.
Photos by Dustin Halleck, courtesy of Katherine Malkin of Compass

Located in Chicago’s tony Gold Coast neighborhood, this handsome two-level co-operative spans 3,900 square feet on the 12th and 13th floor of the 15-story tower at 1320 N. State Parkway, completed in 1926 by architect Robert S. DeGolyer with Spanish Colonial Revival exterior embellishments.

Inside, the four-bedroom unit boasts designer finishes and decor complemented by an extensive art and antique collection that appears straight out of the pages of a magazine. Standout features include a soaring two-story living room with a marble fireplace below a lofted sitting room, a wood-paneled library, a formal dining space, and a roomy eat-in kitchen with a central island and additional built-in storage.

The glamorous Gold Coast residence is currently seeking $1.55 million—reduced from $1.75 million. Separate from price, however, are the not-so-insignificant monthly co-op fees of $6,153. The payments cover building assessments as well as the unit’s property tax payments.

A foyer steps up from the living area and leads to a wood staircase leading to the second level. The space features more artwork on the walls.
The property’s spacious two-level layout gives the residence the feeling of a single-family home.
A dining room with a rectangular glass table surrounded by eight black leather chairs. There’s a buffet table along the wall under a three-panel depiction of a wave.
Hardwood floors extend the co-op’s formal dining area.
A room with three window on the far wall. The space has wood panels and shelves along the wall and green paint above.
This wood-paneled library includes built-in bookshelves and an emerald paint job on the upper portion of the walls.
Kitchen with white walls and dark wood trim has a oval island in the middle below two pendant lights. At the far end of the room there is a dedicated eating area and shelves behind glass doors.
The kitchen has dark wood cabinets, tile flooring, and additional shelves and storage.
A minimalist bedroom with a metal-frame bed, gray nightstands, translucent closet doors, and a glass-topped desk.
A bedroom sporting roller shades and a more sleek, minimalist aesthetic compared to the other rooms.