This full floor residence with keyed direct elevator entry is located in a quiet enclave of vibrant River North. The steel and glass building designed by Miller Hull of Seattle is extra wide with massive floor to ceiling window walls looking both north and south. Ceiling heights near 10 feet tall combined with concrete floors and 2 large balconies yield a unique urban home that lives extra-large. The open kitchen includes 2 large islands, integrated appliances & rich coffee colored Arclinea cabinetry. The master suite features a large lush bath, walk-in closet plus 8 feet of custom storage. A bonus room, gas fireplace, side by side laundry, dual heating systems & on site garage parking round out this remarkable residence.
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This listing 156 West Superior Street #601 Chicago, Il 60654
is a attached single listing
with 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 3,000 square feet. 156 West Superior Street #601 was built in 2006. 156 West Superior Street #601 is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60654.
It has been listed on our site since 11/29/18.
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