It’s not every day that a unit in the Loop’s historic Singer Building comes on the market. Completed in 1926 by Chicago architecture firm Mundie & Jensen as an office building, the gothic revival style structure at 120 S. State Street is now home to ten units zoned for either residential and commercial use.
This 2,300-square-foot space is up for grabs on the sixth floor of the narrow building. A private elevator leads to a book-lined foyer with 11-foot-tall floor-to-ceiling booksheles. The long floorplan includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms, tons of storage, and an open living, dining, and kitchen area overlooking State Street. The home can be reconfigured to include additional bedrooms and office space, according to Compass agent Kevin McIntyre.
The unusual downtown property recently listed with an asking price of $869,900. While the Singer Building includes a pair of shared parking spaces, the owner of this unit will also include a deeded spot in a nearby garage in the sale. HOA fees run $760 per month.