Kimball Park isn’t the only place unloading two-bedroom condos for a discount on the North Side. The remaining condos in the Grove at Greenleaf conversion in Rogers Park were reduced by $10,000 last week, and developer Greenleaf is covering closing costs, according to Jameson Realty agent Ryan Gossett.
It seems like the price cut might be doing the trick. Gossett says that three contracts have been signed since the discount was announced a week ago, leaving only eight available condos in the 44-unit building.
There were a few two-bedrooms listed in the $160s that buyers recently snatched up. There are currently two available 950 square-foot two-bedroom / one-bath condos listed in the $180s. A handful of 1,200 square-foot two-bedroom / two-baths with dining rooms are listed in the $230s.
Low prices aren’t the only things that the Grove at Greenleaf has to offer, though. As Kate noted in her open house review last summer, Greenleaf’s 1358 W Greenleaf Ave address puts the building just two blocks from the Loyola Park Beach and two blocks north of the Morse Red Line station, which is about as good as you can do in Rogers Park.
According to the listing for a two-bedroom condo priced in the $180s, the place comes with a washer and dryer, a whirlpool tub and some fancy appliances. It also has $195 assessments, however, which is comparable to some of the bigger buildings we’ve seen in River North. Do any Yo readers have an idea of reasonable assessment rates for courtyard condo conversions in Rogers Park?