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The Wieners Circle co-owner lists $600K duplex with contemporary style

The home is just a mile from the iconic hot dog stand on Clark Street.

An open living and dining area with a long grey wooden table surrounded by a bench seat and two chairs. A minimal kitchen with an island is in the distance. Photos by VHT Studio, courtesy of Compass listing agent Joanne Nemerovski.

A newly renovated, white and grey condo near the Clybourn corridor in Lincoln Park, the home of The Wieners Circle co-owner David Grass, is now on the market for $599,000.

The two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom duplex at 1445 W. Belden Avenue is located in a brick building from 1889 with beautiful exterior terracotta. However, the interior is completely new: white marble countertops, minimal hardware, and high ceilings.

There’s an industrial, white staircase that leads up to a cozy, lofted second bedroom. The master suite upstairs has plenty of bright windows and a master bathroom with dramatic dark marble tiles.

Earlier this summer, The Wieners Circle property was put on the market by the landlord. The restaurant owners worried about the future of the iconic hot dog stand, which is an essential part of Chicago culture. However in June, the owners successfully purchased the the Clark Street site from the longtime landlord for $1.5 million.

A living area with an L-shaped black couch, two metal tubular chairs, rows of black and white photos on the wall, a zebra rug under a glass table, and a mounted flat screen tv.
A cozy living room with a gallery wall.
In a long room with four windows a king sized bed sits on one end while two shiny metal chairs with black fabric create a sitting area at the other end.
The master suite has soaring ceilings.
A large, white double vanity and toilet line one wall with dark green and white marble on the floor and glass shower walls.
The master bathroom has a heated towel rack and a steam shower.
A workspace and lounge area underneath a skinny set of white metal stairs that lead up to the loft.
A sleek glass desk and workspace underneath the lofted bedroom.
A balcony with black metal tables and chairs, tall ceilings, and potted plants.
The outdoor space has lots of room for entertaining.