1st buyers move in at State Place

The South Loop just got livelier as the first residents began moving into State Place, a mixed-use development that spans a full block on State Street between 11th and Roosevelt, the former site of Chicago Police Department headquarters.

The massive project by State Street Associates, LLC is comprised of four buildings – three mid-rises housing “terrace residences” and a 24-story highrise containing “tower residences.” The development, which includes 243 residential condos, also is bringing 61,500 square feet of much needed retail space to the South Loop.

State Place, www.StatePlaceChicago.com, will include a Walgreen’s, the South Loop Fitplex Health Club, a Charter One Bank, a Verizon phone store, an H & R Block office and a Hair Cuttery.

A variety of condos remain for sale in all three of the 28-unit mid-rises and in the 159-unit tower, according to Melissa Welke, a sales associate with Rubloff Residential Properties, exclusive sales and marketing agents for State Place.

“We still have a good selection of residences in terms of pricing and floor plans,” Welke said. “We have sold out of the one-bedroom terrace residences. But if you’re looking for a one-bedroom unit, we still have plenty from which to choose in the tower, at 1101 S. State.”

The terrace residences have two or three bedrooms, two baths and 1,361 to 1,946 square feet of living space, priced from the $380s to the $670s.

“The terrace residences are a great option for buyers who want maintenance-free city living and plenty of outdoor space without moving into a highrise,” Welke said.

The highrise condos have one to three bedrooms and one or two baths, priced from the $280s to the $440s.

“The tower residences have been a popular choice with many of our young, professional buyers,” Welke said. “Because of the range of building styles, floor plans and prices, there is something for nearly every buyer at State Place.”

A sales center is located at 1140 South Wabash.

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