Do You Love Unique Exposed Brick Industrial Lofts? 2222 N. Racine in Lincoln Park

2222 N. Racine approved

This 3-bedroom loft triplex at 2222 N. Racine in Lincoln Park came on the market in September 2016.

This is a 16 unit industrial building. The units are more townhouse-like, than condo-like.

This unit has loft features including exposed brick, large windows and timber ceilings. The living room has 16 foot ceilings.

The listing says there’s a “chef’s kitchen” with Viking and Subzero appliances, stone counter tops and a wine cooler.

Two of the three bedrooms are on the second floor with the master suite on the third floor.

There’s also a secluded private deck off the master suite.

This loft has central air, washer/dryer in the unit and 1-car garage parking. Not all of the units in the building have the parking spot.

Originally listed in September 2016 for $724,900, it was under contract in March 2017 but came back on in April 2017.

It has now been reduced $49,900 to $675,000.

With new construction 3-bedrooms in Lincoln Park now selling for over $800,000, is this a deal for the square footage and location?

Mark Zipperer at Re/Max Edge has the listing. See the pictures here.

Unit #13: 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 1800 square feet

  • Sold in May 1992 for $274,000
  • Sold in February 1994 for $305,000
  • Sold in April 1995 for $325,000
  • Sold in June 1998 for $380,000
  • Sold in May 2002 for $485,000
  • Sold in May 2011 for $565,000
  • Originally listed in September 2016 for $724,900
  • Reduced
  • Under contract but re-listed
  • Currently listed at $675,000 (includes 1-car garage parking)
  • Assessments of $264 a month (includes exterior maintenance, lawn care, scavenger, snow removal)
  • Taxes of $6737
  • Central Air
  • Washer/Dryer in the unit
  • Bedroom #1: 16×14 (third floor)
  • Bedroom #2: 18×13 (second floor)
  • Bedroom #3: 15×9 (second floor)

12 Responses to “Do You Love Unique Exposed Brick Industrial Lofts? 2222 N. Racine in Lincoln Park”

  1. why are the taxes so low on this one?

    Decent enough place in a good neighborhood, I don’t like the low ceilings though, and that garage parking looks terrible but that’s probably why its priced to sell!

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  2. “why are the taxes so low on this one?”

    Assessed at $361k. Would guess that there are some really low comps in the building or nearby–quite probably for unreno’d units.

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  3. FIRETRAP!!!!
    GO CUBBIES!!!!

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  4. so who or what is this Jan terri everyone speaks of?

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    Abe–can you get us a cc break on the 8x10s??

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  6. Going viral baby! Almost at a million views.

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  7. the comments are gold

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  8. I like this place. It’s more interesting than most places on the market. I bet it ends up selling for $650,000.

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  9. I really like this place! Nice layout, well appointed. Exposed beams really make it look and feel like a loft. Looks like it would be a fun place to live in.

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  10. Thanks for posting that link…now I have that damn song stuck in my head!

    Nice place..that square footage on a three bedroom though…

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  11. Love the exposed wood…hat that access to the private outdoor space is via the master suite.

    Also, is that master suite closed off from below??

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  12. I remember when these were converted to lofts in the early 80s. Hard to believe it still looks this good inside. Must have been redone at some point.

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