This summer, Mark learned that Stillpoint Development had reduced the prices of its two available lofts at 2105 W Concord Pl in Bucktown by $10,000, adjusting one two-bedroom / two-bath with 1,350 square feet down to the $430s from the $440s, and another two-bedroom / two bath with 1,550 square feet down to the $530s from the $540s.
While browsing through Jameson’s new developments yesterday, I noticed that the seven-unit 2105 West Concord conversion still had two homes available, but at different price points (much different, in one case) than what we reported the last time around.
The Jameson page and the MLS list a two-bedroom / two-bath loft with 1,550 square feet priced in the $490s (down from a 2007 listing in the high $520s, according to its Redfin profile). There’s no indication that this is the same 1,550 square-foot unit Mark mentioned in his May post, but they’re certainly similar, as both are second-floor units with rooftop studies and decks.
According to the MLS, the loft has 12- to 14-foot ceiling heights, recessed lighting, white oak flooring, Arclinea cabinets, stone countertops, stainless-steel appliances, Grohe and Phillipe Starck fixtures, and side-by-side washer and dryer. It also comes with one assigned space in the building’s garage, certainly a luxury on a small one-way street like Concord (see below).
The other unit is a bit of a mystery, one I hope to learn more about once I hear back from the folks at Jameson and Stillpoint. Yo’s never reported any units with more than two bedrooms at 2105 West Concord, or any prices any higher than the $580s, but Jameson now lists one three-bedroom / 2.5 bath unit with 3,200 square feet at a price of $1.19 million. (The floor plan accompanying Jameson’s listing actually shows just two bedrooms, plus a den connecting the kitchen to the master bedroom.)
$1.19 million is a lot more than we typically see for a Bucktown loft – the six available one- and two-bedroom lofts Baer Lofts, 1927 N Milwaukee Ave, are priced from the $290s to the $550s, and three two-bedroom lofts are selling at the PAC Lofts, 1735 N Paulina St, from the $340s to the $370s. Then again, we don’t see too many 3,200 square foot lofts in the market, either, and at a price per square foot around $370, it’s not priced too much higher than the neighboring 1,550 square-foot loft, or the two 1,350 square-foot lofts listed in the Cook County sales records, which sold in the $460s and $410s in the past 10 months.
The loft’s MLS listing says that buyers can still pick its finishes, and that its walls are already framed but can be moved. This unit, like the other one still for sale, has a rooftop study and private deck, and comes with two parking spaces in the garage.