Parking in River North: The Huron perspective

The Huron ClubMy writeup on River North’s parking options for luxury homes didn’t make mention of The Huron at 8 E Huron St, but now I’ve got the skinny on the available options.

Because the 28-story high-rise was originally designed for 74 homes, the layout still calls for a similar number of parking spots, according to Tricia Fox, the marketing agent for the development.

That means buyers of the 47 larger homes have the option of purchasing more than one spot.

Parking starts at $55,000 for a deeded spot, and the homes start around $1 million.

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