How much does it cost to live in one of the priciest residential buildings in Chicago? It'll cost you at least a couple million bucks to snag a condo or co-op in one of these ten buildings. While New Yorkers often gawk at how (relatively) affordable Chicago is compared to neighborhoods on Manhattan and Brooklyn, one still needs to have some considerable wealth to own a residence in one of these buildings. Broker Fran Bailey has been keeping track of the city's priciest sales over the last several years and after looking at the median sales figures, has concluded that these buildings are the priciest in Chicago for 2015. To make the list, buildings had to have at least two publicly listed sales. Beyond the actual sales price, many of these buildings also come with equally steep monthly assessment that can add tens of thousand dollars to the cost of living annually. Many Chicago neighborhoods have at least a couple of listings in the million-dollar range, but the bulk of buildings in this list can be found in the Gold Coast and Streeterville neighborhoods. Here's a look at how much it costs to live in Chicago's most expensive residential buildings.
·The 10 Most Expensive Chicago Residential Buildings in 2015 [Curbed Chicago]
·Mapping the 10 Most Expensive Residential Buildings in Chicago [Curbed Chicago]
·Lifestyle of the Rich and Richer archives [Curbed Chicago]