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Groupon co-founder scores West Loop loft with enormous 15-car garage for $5.1M

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The 15,000-square-foot property includes a Las Vegas-themed lower level that was featured on HGTV

4 Sale Realty Advantage, Inc.

After more than five years of hopping on and off the market, a West Loop loft with a massive 15-car garage and casino room has found a buyer. Brad Keywell—founder of Groupon, Uptake Technologies, and Lightbank—picked up the property at 1140 W. Monroe Street for $5.1 million, according to The Real Deal.

Spanning 15,000 square feet in a former industrial building, the seller was initially seeking $4.75 million back in 2014. The home was most recently listed for $5.25 million by listing agent Dan Nierman of 4 Sale Realty Advantage, Inc.

On its upper level, the property features a three-bedroom, three-bathroom layout with a sprawling great room topped by a timber bow truss ceiling and skylights. The most eye-catching feature, however, is found one floor below.

Here, previous owner and Las Vegas native Francis Wisniewski built a hometown-themed shrine for his custom car collection. The brightly-colored garage boasts parking for 15 vehicles, an electrified “welcome to Las Vegas” sign, and a dedicated gambling area with a full-size craps table.

Wisniewski’s Sin City-themed muscle car man cave made an appearance on HGTV’s Million Dollar Rooms in 2014 and was named one of the top ten most expensive garages in the world by The Richest.