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Moody, glam Mag Mile corner unit asks $1.2M

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Butler service is part of the package

118 E. Erie St. Unit 26D
Photos by Redfin, courtesy of listing agent Nathan Ortiz

This dramatic condo in the Ritz-Carlton Residences just off Michigan Avenue has all the perks a buyer could want. Sweeping city views, high-end finishes, and a butler? Check, check, and check.

Up on the 26th floor, this particular unit has higher ceilings than other residences. The windows face southwest which means you’ll get to see the sunsets every night. The one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom home has mahogany millwork, built-in shelving, chandeliers, and Wolf and Subzero appliances.

The gallery wall in the living room is outfitted with a black and white photo of Frank Sinatra, Vogue magazine covers, records, and a John Coltrane poster. Paired with dark mahogany, black walls, and silver walls, it gives the condo an edgy glam vibe. And it’s not just shimmery paint—the ceiling and wall coverings include hand-laid silver-leaf, silk, and animal print.

The home is set up with tech that controls a sound system, TVs, lighting and Lutron shades from a central system. The chef’s kitchen has gorgeous white marble and access to an outdoor deck.

This condo is at the Ritz-Carlton, so you’ll get five star amenities too. There’s an on-call butler, wine storage, private dining areas, a gym and spa, a theater, valet parking, and a personal shopper if you need it.

Want the luxe life? 118 E. Erie Street Unit 26D is pricey. It’s listed for $1,299,000.

The grey and silver living room includes a dining area and workspace.
City views include Willis Tower.
A chef’s kitchen with a dreamy 6-burner Wolf range.
A soaking tub with a modern chandelier and natural light.
The bedroom has incredible views, but is also outfitted with blackout shades.