CMK Companies sold nine condos at 235 Van Buren last month, bringing the number of sold units up to 450 and closed units to 275, according to sales manager Scott Hoskins.
Almost half of those buyers have been first-timers, and many are singles. Most are aged 25 to 35, and are spending $200,000 to $300,000 per unit, according to CMK.
Homes at the Ralph Johnson-designed high-rise at 235 W Van Buren St start in the $170s for studios, the $210s for one-bedrooms, the $280s for two-bedrooms, and the $340s for penthouses. Units feature stainless-steel appliances, oak floors, granite kitchen countertops, Grohe fixtures and 10-foot ceiling heights. Individual garage parking spaces range from $31,900 to $36,900, and tandem spaces are priced from $51,900 to $56,900.
Building amenities 12,000 square feet of commercial space, a dog run, a 24-hour door staff, six high-speed elevators, and a lobby with a 25-foot-tall ceiling and slate, stainless steel and German glass finishes.