Still two homes for sale at the Belmont Lofts

Belmont Lofts, 4131 W Belmont Ave in Belmont Gardens, Chicago

The same red banners that were hanging outside Belmont Lofts two years ago are still there today. In 2006, Metropolitan Development converted the building at 4131 W Belmont Ave, which was formerly owned by DeVry University, into 54 one- and two-bedroom lofts. Its Web site is still active, and according to Susan Kipley of Rubloff, two lofts are still available.

The first, a 1,002 square-foot one-bedroom / one-bath with a den is priced in the $230s, and the other, a 1,167 square-foot two-bedroom / two-bath is priced in the $260s. The price per square foot of those two homes is $227 and $233, which is comparable to the range of $199 to $274 per square foot for the remaining lofts at the nearby Shoemaker Lofts, located just a block to the east.

According to Kipley, each of the lofts comes with outdoor parking, and the building features a fitness room and a conference room. The Web site shows a few out-of-focus photos of what looks like a furnished model. I’m not sure why they chose to go with that effect, but I get dizzy if I look at them for more than a few seconds.

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