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Lake Point Tower two-bedroom with midcentury vibes wants $979K

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The views aren’t too bad either

Photos by VHT Studios, courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential

Perched on the 55th floor of Lake Point Tower, this renovated condominium is a stylish homage to the building’s famous 1968 architecture. The renovated two-bedroom, two-bathroom space sports many midcentury modern design touches in its custom light fixtures, built-in bookshelves, and old-school furniture.

The mid mod vibe is complemented by contemporary conveniences such as automatic window shades, a sleek white kitchen, new HVAC units, and heated floors in the colorful second bathroom. The home’s most stunning feature, however, is its unobstructed southern views of downtown and the Lake Michigan shoreline.

The unique, 2,200-square-foot condo is currently listed by Coldwell Banker Residential with an asking price of $979,000. It last sold in 2015 for $895,000, according records. At $1,325 per month, the assessments aren’t cheap, but at least understandable given the unit’s size, the age of the building, and the available amenities.

The living room is partitioned into separate sitting and dining areas.
The back wall is lined with built-in bookshelves.
The updated kitchen features a large stone island with breakfast bar seating.
The master bedroom offers stunning lake views.
Built-in shelving can also be found in the condo’s home office.
Playful wallpaper spices up this bathroom.