The two homes, both listed by Jameson agent Dan Collins, are two-bedroom / two-baths priced in the $290s and $280s. The more expensive of the two, an east-facing unit “with glimpses of Lake Michigan,” has a 25′ x 19′ living / dining area, a 17′ x 10′ master bedroom, a 12′ x 10′ second bedroom, and a north-facing balcony. The less expensive loft is a “sunny southeast corner unit” with a 15′ x 24′ living / dining area, a 13′ x 15′ master bedroom, a 12′ x 10′ second bedroom, and a balcony facing…somewhere.
Estimated monthly assessments for the lofts are $232 and $200 respectively.
Three more two-bedroom lofts are currently listed as rentals, with monthly rents ranging from $1,495 to $1,750 a month.
The old Duxler Tire building is about a three-minute walk away from both the Morse ‘L’ stop and the Loyola Park beach. Lofts there have been available since 2005, judging by old Yo posts; four were still for sale in May 2007, as the development neared its second anniversary on the market.
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