Essex Realty Group, Inc. is proud to exclusively market for sale 1244 W. Byron St. in Chicago, Illinois. The subject property is a twenty-one (21) unit condominium building located in the Wrigleyville neighborhood of Chicago. Per Section 15 of the Illinois Condominium Act, Essex has been engaged to represent the 1244 W. Byron Association in the sale of all condominium units.
The subject property is a three-story, walk-up brick building constructed in 1961. The unit mix consists of twelve (12) one-bedroom units, and nine (9) two-bedroom units. The condominium units boast extremely spacious layouts. Most of the units have received modern updates throughout the years with finishes that slightly vary by unit. These updates may include granite countertops, quality cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and dishwashers. Each unit also has in-unit laundry accompanied by private balconies that are accessible through a sliding glass door in the living rooms.
The subject property is conveniently located in the heart of the Wrigleyville neighborhood on Chicago’s North-side. Wrigleyville is a submarket of Chicago’s Lakeview community. The subject property is situated on a quiet tree-lined street at the northwest corner of Byron and Clark. The immediate pocket boasts many beautifully rehabbed Victorian Greystone’s, new construction single family homes, multi-unit condominiums, and small vintage apartment buildings.
A major attraction two blocks south of the subject property is Wrigley Field; the second oldest stadium in baseball and home to the 2016 World Series Champions Chicago Cubs. The ballpark is famous and is a major destination for visitors traveling to Chicago. In 2016, the regular season home attendance of the franchise was at 3.23 million people.
- Condo De-Conversion Sale in Wrigleyville
- Essex Agents Generated Multiple Offers
- Closed Within 98% of List Price
- One Bedroom & Two Bedroom Units
- 21 Individual Homeowners
- 10 Units were Rented at Sale
- 1031 Exchange Buyer
- Landscaped Property with Dog Walk
- 21 Parking Spaces