Built in 1924, the Metropolitan Tower at 310 S Michigan Ave, was Chicago’s first building with 30 or more floors. In the early 2000s the building was converted into 220 luxury condos.
Unit 2007 is a nicely upgraded, split-layout 2-bedroom, 2-bath with 11-foot ceilings. It has an in-unit washer / dryer and large walk-in-closets in both the master and 2nd bedroom. The home was recently listed for sale at $475,000.
A private balcony serves up views of Buckingham Fountain, Grant Park and Lake Michigan.
Building amenities include a fitness room, sauna, massage room and on-site management.
Nicholas Apostal of Coldwell Banker’s Apostal Group is your tour guide in this sponsored video.
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