New Homes Nuggets: New listings, new prices in Wicker Park, Lincoln Park, and Lake View

We often run across new listings or price changes on smaller developments outside of the downtown area that might not warrant a big post, but might interest our readers nonetheless. Here are just a handful we’ve seen recently:

1919 W Crystal St, Chicago

1919 West Crystal in Wicker Park
Five of the nine condos in this new Studio Dwell-designed building at 1919 W Crystal St in Wicker Park (shown above) were placed back on the MLS last week. Three two-bedroom / two-baths with 1,633 to 1,725 square feet are now priced in the $560s to $570s, and two three-bedroom / two-baths with 2,125 square feet are listed in the $660s.

Prices in April had ranged from the $590s to the $730s.

The units have floor-to-ceiling windows with ceiling heights up to 20 feet; custom staircases with floating oak risers; white oak hardwood floors; kitchens with SubZero and Miele appliances, Caesarstone and granite countertops, and Arclinea cabinets; baths with limestone and marble finishes, and Hansgrohe, Duravit, and Toto fixtures; private outdoor terraces; and surround-sound wiring.

Sam Tarara of Koenig & Strey GMAC Real Estate has the listings.

2523 North Southport in Lincoln Park
Rich Kasper of Conlon Real Estate just listed all of the condos in this new six-flat (at right and below) at 2523 N Southport Ave in the Wrightwood Neighbors area of Lincoln Park.

2523 N Southport Ave, ChicagoThe building’s two duplex-downs have three bedrooms and 2.5 baths and are both listed in the $770s. Two second-floor two-bedroom / two-baths are listed in the $470s, and two “penthouse” two-bedroom / two-baths with rooftop decks are priced in the $570s. When Jeremy toured the building in mid-June, the two-bedroom units ranged from the $490s to $590s.

Finishes include hardwood floors throughout; kitchens with Viking appliance packages; baths with steam showers, rain showers, and body sprays; and garage parking.

2523 N Southport Ave, Chicago 2523 N Southport Ave, Chicago

Luxhaven in Lake View
Another of Kasper’s properties, Trianon Development’s eight-unit Luxhaven (seen immediately below and at bottom) at 1740 W Cornelia Ave in Lake View, has six homes on the MLS, including four that have seen modest price reductions ($10,000 to $30,000) in recent days.

Luxhaven, 1740 W Cornelia Ave, ChicagoAvailable homes include two one-bedroom / one-baths priced in the $310s and $320s, two two-bedroom / two-baths priced in the $440s and $470s, and three three-bedroom / two-baths, two of which have rooftop access, priced from the $540s to $670s.

In April, when Mark Boyer toured Luxhaven with developer Jody Libman, prices ranged from the $330s to the $720s.

Features include island kitchens with 3-inch concrete countertops and 42-inch flat-panel cabinets; baths with natural stone floors and steam showers; and private balconies and terraces. Garage parking is included.

Luxhaven, 1740 W Cornelia Ave, Chicago Luxhaven, 1740 W Cornelia Ave, Chicago

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