Have You Always Wanted a River North Loft With a Terrace? 333 W. Hubbard

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This 2-bedroom loft in the Union Square Lofts at 333 W. Hubbard in River North recently came on the market.

It’s a top floor unit with high loft ceilings but it’s missing the industrial loft look.

Outside of exposed air ducts, there are no concrete beams or exposed brick.

It does have crown molding throughout and a custom designed limestone pass through fireplace.

The kitchen and bathrooms have been remodeled.

The kitchen has custom wood cabinets, granite counter tops, Dornbracht fixtures and Wolf, Subzero and Bosch appliances.

The master suite has a walk-in closet and a limestone bath.

The loft also has a private 1000 square foot terrace that has city views.

The loft has central air, washer/dryer in the unit and one parking space is included with another one available for $40,000.

Is this loft the epitome of River North loft living?

Jennifer Mills at BerkshireHathaway KoenigRubloff has the listing. See the pictures here.

Unit #704: 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, no square footage listed

  • Sold in May 1999 for $451,500
  • Sold in July 2001 for $585,000
  • Sold in November 2005 for $617,500
  • Currently listed for $999,000 (includes one parking space with another one available for $40,000)
  • Assessments of $1246 a month (includes heat, gas, doorman, Internet, cable, exterior maintenance, scavenger, snow removal)
  • Taxes of $10,536
  • Central Air
  • Washer/dryer in the unit
  • Terrace: 1000 square feet
  • Bedroom #1: 11×18
  • Bedroom #2: 11×19

7 Responses to “Have You Always Wanted a River North Loft With a Terrace? 333 W. Hubbard”

  1. nice unit, but not $999k nice. River north 2/2 is worth about $500k-$600k. Since this has a nice big terrace..max is $750k.

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  2. We talk about micro-hoods ad nauseam, but I just don’t get the application here. Aside from it looking really cheap as compared to the Wolf range, doesn’t a range such as this require adequate cfm’s for a hood. If venting outside isn’t possible, and micro-hoods aren’t typically powerful enough for a range like this, then perhaps don’t install a Wolf range.

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  3. What’s the huge vent in the 2d bath?

    If it is a return for the main HVAC, that’s *terrible*.

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  4. Marco, That made my skin crawl too!!

    Something tells me that the range is for show and that the occupants are really chefs. A cluster of empty or half empty liquor bottles decorate the counter top and not the accoutrements that people who actually cook a lot would have (surely in nice containers), on their counter.

    Toilets adjacent to bath-tubs ….. why didn’t they a least swap the position of the walk-in shower and the tub while investing so much the reno??? They could have at least done one bathroom right…Must enjoy gazing at the throne while bathing.

    The terrace is quite nice but wow….tell your guests in advance not to wear any kind of heeled shoe. Reverse plinko game there. Keep a bucket of Old Navy flip flops by the door for your guests.
    Overpriced by $150K AT LEAST.

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  5. Gee thanks for the 8 pictures of the mediocre kitchen renovation

    the microwave above the range looks just god awful, but like Liz said the people that live here likely don’t cook much

    Other than that, not sure without square footage (likely 1500 at the most) this price meets reality

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  6. I thought Mona Lisa staring at you while in bed was odd, until I saw Multiple pics of George Washington staring at you. Really odd.

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  7. That walking surface for the deck is nasty, but at least when they reroof it’ll be cheap to lift up.

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