The 10 Most Expensive Downtown Chicago Condo Buildings in 2011

While reviewing 2011 downtown Chicago condo sales statistics I ranked the median sale price for each building. Only condo buildings that had at least 2 sales recorded in Chicago’s multiple listing service (MRED) that closed in 2011 were included in the rankings. Only listed sales were used in determining median sale price for a building.

To make the top 10 in the rankings for 2011 a condo building needed a median sale price of over $1.5M. Not surprisingly most of the buildings that made the top 10 in the rankings were in the Gold Coast. However, the most expensive building was 840 N Lake Shore Drive in Streeterville.

THE 10 MOST EXPENSIVE DOWNTOWN CHICAGO CONDO BUILDINGS IN 2011

RANK
CONDO OR CO-OP
2011 MEDIAN SALE PRICE
NEIGHBORHOOD
1840 N Lake Shore Drive$3,447,500Streeterville
211 E Walton - The Elysian$3,150,000Gold Coast
350 E Chestnut – Fifty East $3,075,000Gold Coast
4800 N Michigan - Park Tower$2,997,500Gold Coast
577 E Walton - The Residences at 900$2,435,000Gold Coast
6132 E Delaware$2,250,000Gold Coast
7159 E Walton - The Palmolive$1,800,000Streeterville
81040 N Lake Shore Drive - The Carlyle$1,750,000Gold Coast
930 W Oak$1,600,000Gold Coast
10180 E Pearson - Water Tower Place$1,575,000Streeterville

CHICAGO LUXURY CONDOS FOR SALE

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$5M & Above$3M to $5M$2M to $3M$1.8M to $2M
$1.6M to $1.8M$1.4M to $1.6M$1.2M to $1.4M$1M to $1.2M

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Fran Bailey Fran Bailey is a Realtor who has been quoted in numerous Chicago and national publications. To schedule showings for any listings, get a free market analysis for your home or to contact Fran email her at fran.bailey@bairdwarner.com or call 773.793.4516. Learn More

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