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Modern, concrete condo in new West Loop building asks $760K

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It overlooks Mary Bartelme Park

A living room with large area rug, seating, framed art, and a kitchen in the background.
111 S. Peoria Street, Unit 408
Photos courtesy of Ramsey Al-Abed of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty

Dream of moving to the West Loop to live amid Michelin-starred restaurants, trendy tech offices, and high-end shopping? There are plenty of high-rise, luxury apartments, which is why this low-slung concrete condominium caught our eye.

Built in 2018, the two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit features south-facing windows, custom closets, striking wallpaper, and a private balcony. The entryway leads to an bright open kitchen and living room floor plan.

The condo expertly employs contrasting accent walls to make each space feel distinct. Like the matte black entryway and emerald nursery. The bathrooms each feature bold patterned wallpaper and, instead of tile, the kitchen has a solid marble backsplash.

What’s more is that the building has a 24-hour doorman, wireless entry, dry cleaning service, dog wash, bike room, and garage. Plus, walk out the front door and you’ll be a few steps away from Mary Bartelme Park with playgrounds, a farmers market, and a dog-friendly area.

111 S. Peoria Street, Unit 408 is listed for $759,990 with Ramsey Al-Abed of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty.

An exterior shot of the building with glass balconies within a concrete frame.
The open kitchen with a large marble island, grey cabinets, and stainless steel appliances.
A bedroom with a gold frame bed, a night stand, a narrow window, and a dresser.
A bathroom with a double vanity, large mirror, black and white wallpaper, and a glass walk-in shower.