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.