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In Uptown, a full-floor co-op in Benjamin Marshall building asks $950K

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The Chicago architect designed the structure in 1923

A view of the exterior of the building with brick and landscaping. Photos by Andreas Holder of Engel & Voelkers Chicago

Right near the lakefront, this historic building in Uptown has a sprawling 3,000-square-foot residence on the market.

The mid-rise building was built in 1923 by Benjamin Marshall—the architect who played a role in designing The Drake Hotel. A recent update to the unit highlights a few of the architectural details such as the original golden buzzer that was used for the intercom. There’s also new crown molding and fresh paint.

The spacious, square floor plan allows for lots of natural light from all four directions. The co-op comes with two ensuite bedrooms and a new master bathroom. The chef’s kitchen opens up to a breakfast area and family room. Plus, there’s a secluded wooden deck with a pergola and landscaping.

655 W. Junior Terrace, Unit 1 is listed for $950,000 with Andreas Holder of Engel & Voelkers Chicago.

A view of the living room with a fireplace, chairs, couches, and a gold light fixture.
A view of the kitchen with white cabinets, long black countertops, and stainless steel appliances.
The dining room features a large table and art glass.
A view of the bookshelf in the corner of the living room. There is a large window and potted plants.
A view of the back patio with landscaping and potted plants.