Last week Michael Giliano of Prudential Rubloff listed 11 condos in a 12-unit building at 900 – 910 S Taylor Ave in Oak Park, a block north of the Eisenhower Expressway and Austin Blue Line station, and adjacent to the nine-block stretch of Harrison Street known as the Oak Park Arts District (not exactly an area rich in condo stock).
All 11 units are one-bedroom / one-baths with 850 square feet, priced from $149,900 to $189,900. They feature hardwood floors, granite countertops, custom cabinets, new appliances, closet organizers, and custom baths. Giliano’s listings also include a photo of a laundry room, and additional text suggests there’s space for bike storage.
2009 taxes for these homes range from $596 to $687, and monthly assessments covering water, common insurance, and exterior maintenance, are $73. Parking is available for $7,500; pay parking is also available across the street.
Some digging around reveals that these condos were marketed as “Gallery 900” back in 2006, according to a page hosted by FC Pilgrim Real Estate. The one unit not present among Giliano’s listings, 900A, was marked “SOLD” at that time; others were either priced from the $150s to $210s, or marked “TBD,” and parking was priced at $15,000.
Floor plans are still available at the FC Pilgrim page.