Updated and spacious move-in ready one bed/one bath corner unit in gorgeous Printers Row (Printers Square Condominiums). Generous sized master bedroom with tons of closet space featuring barn-style closet doors. The kitchen attractions include granite countertops, plenty of cabinet space, and stainless steel appliances, including dishwasher & garbage disposal. Granite countertops are also featured in the bathroom, as well as a full bathtub. The unit has been freshly painted, new carpet throughout, and has been meticulously maintained; original marble windowsills and the buildings feature the only "New York" style architecture in Chicago! Central HVAC with Nest thermostat. Ample storage throughout the unit, plus additional storage outside the unit conveniently located on the same floor. Building amenities include secured entry with intercom system, a fitness center, bike room, laundry room, dry cleaners, shoe repair, and an on-site management company. Desirable location in the South Loop where you're close to it all - bars & restaurants, entertainment, shopping, public transportation, easy access to 290 and 90/94, Printers Row Park located right outside the building, and all that downtown Chicago has to offer! 2 block walk to Michigan Avenue and 3 blocks to Grant Park and the lake!
Pet Information: Cats OK, Deposit Required, Dogs OK, Size Limit
Common Area Amenities: Bike Room/Bike Trails, Elevator(s), Exercise Room, Storage, On Site Manager/Engineer, Security Door Lock(s), Service Elevator(s), Valet/Cleaner, Laundry, Elevator(s), Intercom
Internal Features: Elevator, Storage, Dining Combo, Drapes/Blinds, Granite Counters, Health Facilities, Lobby, Some Wall-To-Wall Cp
Living Room: Main
Dining Room: Main
Primary Bedroom: Main Level
Taxes & Assessments
Tax Amount: $3,694
Tax Year: 2019
Assessments: $530 / month
Zip Code: 60605
School District(s): 299
Elementary School: N/A
Middle School: N/A
High School: N/A
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