Homes recently started to close at Six North Michigan, the converted Montgomery Ward catalog center at 6 N Michigan Ave, right across the street from Millennium Park’s Cloud Gate and Pritzker Pavilion. If we can be patient just a little while longer, we can get a look inside the building from top to bottom. @properties agent George Schultz left me a message yesterday saying that crews should have the tower’s lobby and common areas finished and ready for viewing by the end of March.
A little less than 60 percent of Six North Michigan’s 120 homes have sold, Schultz says. The total hasn’t changed much since last September, because Schultz has seen a few old contracts fall off as new ones come in. He sounds pleased with the level of traffic the building’s seeing right now — one home just went under contract and will close later this spring, he says.
By mid-April, all of the units currently under contract except that latest one will have closed, he says.
The remaining mix of floor plans include one-bedrooms starting in the $320s, two-bedrooms priced from the $730s to the $850s, three-bedrooms priced from $1.25 million, and penthouses priced from $1.69 million. In the past we’ve reported unit sizes as ranging from 900 to 4,800 square feet.
On-site amenities include a 24-hour door staff, lounge, an eight-seat movie theater, a fitness room with a sauna and steam room, and a common terrace on the 20th floor.
• Photo update: Six North Michigan (Sept. 10)