When this 219-unit Streeterville conversion tower hit the market back in 2006, its one-bedroom condos were selling in the $190s. You won’t find prices that low anymore, because all of the smallest homes in the 27-story high-rise have been claimed, but a number of two- and three-bedroom condos are still for sale.
Pamela Herold-Hogan of Jameson Real Estate emailed me a price sheet for Pearson on the Park‘s available homes, and it shows that the 19 remaining two- and three-bedroom condos are priced from the $360s to the $530s.
Located at 222 E Pearson St, Pearson on the Park is just across the street from the Museum of Contemporary Art and Lake Shore Park, so southern exposures are likely the most desirable homes in the building. Not surprisingly, of the 19 homes that are still for sale just four have southern exposures, and they’re all two-bedroom / one-baths.
Garage parking is an extra $39,000 per car, and monthly assessments range from $394 to $819 per month.
• Rate and review Pearson on the Park
• Two- and three-bedrooms at Pearson on the Park (May 19)