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.