Remember 3255 North Paulina? A few commenters liked its contemporary design back in 2006. It’s all but finished at this point, and folks are already moving in, so let’s see what people have to say about it today.
The four-story building, developed by JML Builders, comprises nine condominiums ranging from 1,600 to 1,900 square feet and three ground-floor retail spaces. Each of the condominiums is a “very wide, very square” corner unit with two bedrooms and two baths, says marketing agent Michael Downing. (Each top-floor penthouse has a loft above its living area that Jameson is marketing as a third bedroom.)
Finishes include oak floors, stainless-steel appliances, oversized showers with body sprays, and stone tile and counters. Every unit has a balcony, and all three penthouses have rooftop decks. (Those are 20-foot ceilings you’re seeing on the fourth floor, as well.) Spaces are available in a heated garage at additional cost.
With prices in the $580s to low $700s, the units are on the high end of the market for the Lakeview neighborhood, but Downing said he believes those numbers are appropriate for the building’s contemporary design and location – it’s two blocks south of the Paulina Brown Line stop and 50 steps to Whole Foods, but who’s counting?
Three of the units have sold since going on the market in the fall; those buyers received $10,000 upgrade packages as incentives, and a similar deal should still be on the table for people interested in the six remaining units.