When I introduced 2353 West Belden in October, Jameson Real Estate was handling sales, and the five condos were priced from the $450s to the $540s. Since then, Koenig & Strey GMAC has taken over marketing of the Bucktown development, and according to agent Ivona Kutermankiewicz, two of the homes are under contract and she’s currently negotiating a third.
Glancing at the price sheet on the development brochure (PDF), it appears that prices have been reduced by $30,000 across the board, as the remaining homes are listed from the $430s to the $490s. Not so fast: The price change just represents the cost of parking, which is no longer included with the listing price of the homes.
American Eagle Bank has signed a 10-year lease for the ground-level commercial space, which should lend stability to the building, Kutermankiewicz says. The building is completely finished, she says, and the remaining homes are ready for immediate delivery.
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