Condo buyers searching for a great place in a great location often look to River North–for good reason.
Whether it’s the nightlife, the restaurants, the art galleries, or the shopping, the area is a draw for locals, tourists, and suburbanites. For homeowners, the area’s location and history make it a compelling draw.
So does the building itself. At 22 floors, this 198-unit building from the Gammonley Group is located just steps from a Brown Line stop. Units range from one to three bedrooms, from 644 to 1,818 square feet. The building offers retail shops, a fitness center, and a sixth-floor pool with a terrace. Units have floor-to-ceiling windows.
All units have stone baths, granite counter tops in the kitchen, hardwood floors and cabinets, in-unit washers and dryers, and extra storage. There is also a 24-hour doorman and available parking.
It’s not just the building that will make 757 North Orleans so popular. The rapidly developing neighborhood nearby is close to plenty of downtown attractions like the Rock N’Roll McDonalds, Ed Debevic’s restaurant, tons of nightclubs and bars, and the Chicago River. Also nearby is the Kennedy Expressway, which allows for easy commutes. Metra rail stations and the CTA are convenient, as well.
Wicker Park and Bucktown are just to the west, and the Magnificent Mile and the Lakefront aren’t far to the east. The Willis Tower and the bustling West Loop are just minutes to the south.
High-class living in a high-demand location, all starting at $200K. That’s hard to beat.