Streeterville Real Estate

Known for it's stunning high-rise condos and one-of-a-kind views of Lake Michigan, Streeterville real estate is the perfect option for those wanting the ultimate downtown Chicago pad. To stay current with the Streeterville real estate market, always be sure to check in on our blog and also give us a call with any questions you may have during your home search.

Found 10 blog entries about Streeterville Real Estate.

Bellwether Chicago The string of downtown Chicago restaurant openings continues as Bellwether is now just the latest to open its doors to the public. Conveniently situated at 302 E. Illinois in Streeterville and just a short distance off Michigan Avenue, Bellwether adds a little nightlife flavor to a part of downtown Chicago that’s more known for shopping and tourist activity than late-night cocktails.

Athena owner Nick Tsoukalas is behind the Bellwether creation, which holds roughly 200 people and is housed in the old P.J. Clarke’s location in Streeterville. According to a recent post from Eater, Executive Chef Jeffrey Hedin has rolled out Bellwether’s first seasonal menu, which features a nice American contemporary mix of raw seafood, mouth-watering appetizers, and

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Parkview Condos in Chicago Streeterville is filled with spectacular architecture and stunning condos for sale and there may be no better display of this than at the Parkview condos at 505 N. McClurg Court. Sure, Streeterville is home to more recognizable skyscrapers like the Hancock Center, or more luxurious condo developments such as 840 N. Lake Shore Drive, but the Parkview condos in Streeterville possess a feel that can only be described as sleek, contemporary and extremely desirable.

Inside, 268 individual units are housed at the Parkview condos in Streeterville and its glass façade on the building’s exterior is enough to catch anyone’s eye who happens to be searching the market for a hot new downtown residence to call home. Amenities at 505 N. McClurg include a

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Incredible Price Drop at 990 N. Lake Shore Drive!

Looking for a great deal on a high-end Streeterville condo? Look no further, as 990 North Lake Shore Drive #4E provides buyers with everything you could possibly want in a downtown Chicago residence. Originally priced at $989,000, the owners at 990 N. Lake Shore Drive #4e just dropped the price to $823,500, which is now expected to provoke a rather quick sale among buyers looking for the perfect condo along the highly-sought after Lake Shore Drive.

990 North Lake Shore #4E is a completely updated condo that is situated on the Northeast corner of the building and features floor-to-ceiling windows, unobstructed views of Lake Michigan, a RARE private 1,000 square foot terrace overlooking the downtown

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Updated John Hancock Condo Sure to Impress!

John Hancock #6206 Living SpaceLooking for a spacious, updated high-rise condo in downtown Chicago? Does the thought of living in one of Chicago’s most recognized skyscrapers seem like a good fit for you? Well, just listed at the renowned John Hancock Center in the heart of Streeterville is a fabulous high-end condominium with everything you could possibly want in a new home. Situated high-above the busy streets of Michigan Avenue on the 62nd floor, condo residence #6206 is sure to meet all the de
mands on your new-condo wish-list. Upon entering unit#6206, the first thing you’ll notice is the roomy open floor plan and the beautifully remodeled kitchen with all the bells and whistles. Complete with stainless steel appliances and tastefully

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Unobstructed Views @ 175 E. Delaware

175 E. Delaware 8909I don’t have to tell you that the John Hancock Center is one of Chicago’s most distinguishable high-rise buildings that define our city’s remarkable skyline. I also don’t have to tell you how special condo-living can be at 175 E. Delaware, as this amazing Streeterville location truly speaks for itself. But what I can say is that the tremendous value at 175 E. Delaware #8908 is offering potential homebuyers the fantastic opportunity to make a big splash in the downtown Chicago real estate market and the chance to reside in luxury at this ultra-high-profile address.

First off, the easterly, panoramic views of 175 E. Delaware #8908 provide breathtaking angles of Lake Michigan, Navy Pier and much of the beautiful

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Condo in Hancock Center Offers Great Value

Originally a two bedroom and converted into a one bedroom with more living space, 175 E. Delaware Pl. Unit 4715 has a tremendous amount of upside for the $315,000 list price. A corner condo with AMAZING water views facing directly south and directly east, unit 4715 at the John Hancock building was gutted only 2 years ago and has been revamped with some very luxurious features. The open kitchen showcases beautiful black granite countertops with modern stainless steel appliances and contemporary white cabinetry that accents the dark backsplash and counter color. The marble baths have been completely overhauled and neutral gray and earth-tone colors have been implemented to give homebuyers absolutely no reason to

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AMAZING VIEWS @ 600 N. Lake Shore Dr. #3604!

Looking for a luxury, high-end unit with stunning Lake Michigan views and a balcony that will flat-out make your mouth drop? Look no further, as 600 N. Lake Shore Drive Unit 3604 offers all that and then some.  When trying to write about this 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bathroom condo in Streeterville, I actually found it somewhat difficult to find a starting point because of all the great features packed into this fantastic space. As I may have mentioned, the balcony is breathtaking. Navy Pier, Lake Michigan and parts of the Chicago skyline are all unobstructed and it’s hard to believe anyone spends any time inside with this amazing outdoor space at your personal disposal. However, it is worth mentioning that the living

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Never a Dull Moment Living in the City

222_e._pearson_st_chicago_900Perhaps you’ve heard or read about a story in the last week that details a grown man scaling  the Streeterville high-rise located at 222 E. Pearson Street, literally climbing down the exterior of the building from balcony to balcony. And, if you haven’t, the rumors are in fact true, and somebody did actually climb down over 10 levels of wet and slippery railings from a very high floor all the way down to the 10th floor—in the rain. To my misfortune, I didn’t exactly have a chance to “hear” about this strange, movie-like occurrence, but instead was involuntarily involved with how this whole thing played out. Oh, and just to clear this up now: no, it wasn’t me who was the one out there swinging from over-hang to

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'Autumn Frost' Invades Pearson on the Park

Filming for the new Superman movie “Man of Steel” is starting today in Chicago’s Loop, but according to many reports, film crews are being very secretive about shoot times and locations throughout Chicago. Security detail surrounding the set won’t even refer to the film as “Man of Steel” and instead use the code name “Autumn Frost” when onlookers ask about what’s being shot. However, with ABC Channel 7 News making this little tidbit public, it’s hard to imagine this tactic will discourage many people hoping to catch a glimpse of Russell Crowe or the filming of actual movie scenes. In any case, if you’re looking for a place to see all the action unfold, be glad that you’re a devoted reader of the

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Everybody knows Chicago has a bungalow-belted South Side, a cosmopolitan North Side and a vast, industrialized West Side, all radiating from a commercial center called the Loop. But does Chicago have an East Side? And if so, wouldn’t it be underwater?  Well, it used to be. In fact, it never existed at all till the rest of the town burned down! Streeterville real estateThe Streeterville neighborhood is a dynamic lakeside community east of Michigan Avenue and north of the Chicago River, a once-derelict landfill that evolved into the one of the most exclusive, upscale parts of town. Its name honors the memory of “Cap’n” George Streeter, a 19th-century con man who ran his boat aground on a sandbar one day and then decided, what the heck, he’d just stay put and call the place home. 

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