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For $325K, this two-bedroom corner unit puts the ‘view’ back in Lakeview

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Enjoy sunrises over the water from the 52nd floor

A living room with hardwood floors, a gray sectional couch, and two walls of windows with views of Lake Michigan.
The living room of the corner unit is all about the waterfront views.
Photos courtesy Redfin Corporation

It’s probably safe to say that few homes in Chicago’s East Lakeview neighborhood offer better waterfront scenery than this corner unit perched on the 52nd floor of Park Place Tower—one of the city’s tallest buildings outside of downtown. And, with an asking price just shy of $325,000, these stellar Lakeview lake views are relatively attainable.

At 1,150 square feet, the unit’s floorplan isn’t exactly huge, but it does manage to squeeze in two bedrooms and two full baths. The hardwood floors were recently refinished, and the kitchen has stone counters and newer stainless steel appliances. But the star is really the expansive northeast views across Lake Shore Drive, Montrose Harbor, and water as far as the eye can see.

Other perks include building amenities such as an outdoor pool deck, a well-equipped fitness center, and 24-hour door staff. Monthly homeowner association dues run $976, but also cover heating, air conditioning, cable TV, and internet service. The sky-high condo is listed by Redfin agent Michael Linden and is even having an open house this Saturday.

An elevated view of a golf course and harbor next to Lake Michigan.
The shores of Lake Michigan—and the Park District’s Sydney R. Marovitz Golf Course—is just a short walk away.
A wood table and bench stand in a room next to a kitchen with wood cabinets and a metal fridge. On the right, there is a sofa and chair facing a TV.
There’s enough room for a dining table between the open living room and kitchen area.
A room with blue walls. There is a bed one one side of the room and a dresser topped by a TV at the other. The far wall has a large window overlooking a body of water.
See the lake from the master bedroom too.
A bathroom with a stone counter with two sinks in front of a large mirror reflecting the glass shower enclosure and toilet.
The master bath has a dual vanity with lots of storage and a glass-enclosed tub.