SoNo‘s closeout has begun. According to a new press release from @properties, the 15 condos still for sale in the 199-unit building, located at 860 W Blackhawk St, include:
- One-bedroom / one-baths with 796 square feet, priced from $249,900 to $256,900
- One-bedroom / one-baths with 905 square feet, priced from $287,900 to $293,900
- Two-bedroom / two-baths with 1,416 square feet, priced from $399,900 to $421,900
- A three-bedroom / two-bath with 1,656 square feet, priced at $481,900
SoNo’s condos feature floor-to-ceiling windows; 9-foot ceiling heights; hardwood floors in the living areas; solid-core interior doors; private balconies or terraces; kitchens with granite countertops and KitchenAid stainless steel appliances; and baths with marble floor tile, marble countertops and Grohe fixtures.
Garage parking ranges from $9,000 to $21,000 per space. SoNo has been approved for FHA-backed loans requiring as little as 3.5-percent down.
Not long after I posted my video interview with SoNo owner Kim Hamilton, we met photographer Greg Lindsey, who’s shooting scenes of Chicago for Getty Images. With Kim’s help, Greg was able to shoot some stunning, high-def video panoramas of the city skyline from Sono’s east-facing balconies. He sent us links to these videos earlier this week, and I’ve embedded one, shot at night, immediately below. You can see more static and panning shots from SoNo in Greg’s Flickr photostream.