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Boxy, bright condo in Stanley Tigerman-designed South Loop building asks $715K

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Tons of light shine through the glassy windows.

A tiered, glassy wedding cake style building with rooftop balconies and a brick base sits in the sunlight under a blue sky.
A Stanley Tigerman-designed building in the South Loop/
Photos by Positive Images, courtesy of listing agents Patricia Korus-Falk and Emily Sachs Wong.

Near Ping Tom Memorial Park and Museum Campus, this light-filled condo building designed by the late architect Stanley Tigerman is on the market for under $800,000.

The South Loop duplex has impressive views and 2,200-square-feet of space. It comes with 3 bedrooms, 2-and-a-half bathrooms, beautiful light in every room, and outdoor spaces perfect for gatherings.

Tigerman’s firm designed the building in 2000 and deemed the tower: “Mies building-as-a-wedding-cake.” An interesting choice, as the architect became highly critical of Mies and the fanfare over his style during his career.

The living room and dining rooms have 20-foot ceilings, dramatic windows to match, and heated slate floors. On the second level are three large bedrooms—the master suite has two walk-in closets and a hexagon-tiled bathroom.

The unit has a private 400-square-foot terrace currently outfitted with a fire pit, lounge seating and potted plants. The residence overlooks quiet winding sidewalks and tree-lined residential roads. A few Metra railtracks and Clark Street is nearby, but the unit faces away from those busy areas.

Love the bright light? 61 W. 15th St. Unit #201 is listed for $715,000.

A seating cluster with a grey couch and two upholstered chairs sit around a glass circular table over a cowhide rug. The dark, large square tiled living room has a 20-foot ceiling with views of a park.
The double-height living room.
A bed with a large blue cushioned headboard sits over a blue and tan Persian rug next to a large window.
The master suite is spacious.
A view down the kitchen with a stainless steel refrigerator, black countertops, and tan cabinets. There is a large picture window above the range looking out above the tree tops.
Even the galley kitchen has beautiful views.
A planet mobile hangs from the ceiling above a white crib in a small room with a large window and wall paper with rainforest trees.
A children’s room features artful wallpaper.
Two blue outdoor love seats sit around an outdoor fire pit on a fenced-in terrace with a covered grill, trees, and buildings in the distance on a sunny day.
The large outdoor deck is perfect for entertaining.