This 1 bedroom loft in the Warehouse Lofts at 312 N. May in the Fulton Market neighborhood of the Near West Side came on the market in June 2013.
This building was part of the Loftminium conversion of loft rental apartments into condos in 2000-2001 in the West and South Loops.
At 1330 square feet, it has the features loft lovers look for including wide open living spaces, huge industrial windows, 13 foot timber ceilings and exposed brick.
The kitchen is newer, with dark cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a tile backsplash.
There are two bathrooms, one which has been updated and one which looks like the original loftminium bathroom with a black and white tile floor.
This 1-bedroom has a den as well as a loft that appears to be accessed via a ladder.
Loftminium buildings were known for their quirky and unique loft layouts. No two were alike.
The loft has central air and in-unit washer/dryer but there is no deeded parking. Parking is rental.
The Fulton Market neighborhood continues to remain the epicenter of hot restaurants and clubs.
Authentic loft inventory is also very low.
Will this sell quickly?
Brooke Vanderbok of @Properties has the listing. See the pictures here.
Unit #4F: 1 bedroom, den, 2 baths, 1330 square feet
- Sold in October 2000 for $191,000
- Sold in April 2006 but price is unclear. Redfin/Zillow say it sold for $128,750 but mortgage information in the public record would seem to indicate the sales price was around $260,000.
- Originally listed in June 2013 for $325,000
- Still listed for $325,000
- Assessments of $238 a month (includes snow removal)
- Taxes of $3200
- Central Air
- Washer/Dryer in the unit
- No deeded parking- rental only for $150-$200.
- Bedroom: 14×13
- Den: 12×7
- Loft: 13×9- second floor