2930 N Sheridan gets a name change (again)

2930 N Sheridan Ave, Lake View, ChicagoJust when we were getting used to “Aquilo,” Kroupa Development’s 22-story conversion at 2930 N Sheridan Rd goes an pulls a switcheroo on us.

As we’ve written before, the building has had something of an identity crisis. Let’s recap:

From early 2007 until the end of 2008, @properties handled sales for the Lake View high-rise, which then went by the name of “Sheridan Tower,” and later evolved to the longer, “Twenty Nine Thirty Sheridan Tower.” Then, over the winter, Joe noticed some broker-free ads for “2930 Sheridan” in the Tribune, and by January, Jameson caught the hot potato, and rebranded it, “Aquilo.”

Perhaps Aquilo, “the god of the cold north wind and the bringer of winter,” seemed too unseasonal, because now the honor of selling the homes in this building has been passed back to @properties agent D. Waveland Kendt, and the building has again assumed the name, “Twenty Nine Thirty Sheridan Tower.” Still with me?

“We think they’re great entry-level buildings with great price points,” Kendt says of Twenty Nine Thirty Sheridan Tower and its neighbor to the east, 3033 North Sheridan. “I think it’s the perfect product for this time.”

As in the past, buyers can purchase as-is condos, which Kendt says are “apartment-level quality,” or they can choose from “Basic,” “Restoration” and “Premium” upgrade packages. At last check, prices for the one- and two-bedroom condos ranged from the $210s to the $340s. Kendt says sales are brisk, as he’s sold four homes between the two buildings in the past three weeks.

Related posts:
Goodbye Sheridan Tower… hello Aquilo! (Jan. 12)

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