Dubin 75 percent sold at Courts of Evanston

Dubin Residential has sold more than 75 percent of the units at its Courts of Evanston project, a rare development of 90 townhouses in the built-up suburb of Evanston.
The three-story homes have two to four bedroom, two to 3.5 baths and 2,200 to 4,110 square feet, base priced from the $390s to the $690s.

The development comprises five 18-unit buildings separated by landscaped courtyards. Architects Hartshorne & Plunkard designed the homes with outdoor space on three levels – a yard off the family room, a balcony off the second-floor kitchen and a rooftop deck with views of the Chicago skyline.

Features include dens, attached two-car garages, hardwood floors, fireplaces, granite countertops and a full appliance package. A sales center is open on site, at 517 South Boulevard, in Evanston.

“Even with 75 percent of our townhomes sold, we’re still offering home buyers the opportunity to personalize eight different floor plans with the finishes of their choice,” said Mike Kelahan, director of sales and marketing for Dubin Residential. “Our prime location is also a big draw. Evanston provides the urban lifestyle so many home buyers are looking for at a much lower price point than the trendier sections of Chicago.”

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