1301 North Astor Street, Chicago, IL 60610
Here are the 1301 N Astor apartments for sale in Chicago along with their location, building and unit information. Schedule a showing online.
THE CO-OP APARTMENTS
1301 N Astor apartments have a co-op form of ownership. The building has 3 and 4 bedroom units. Apartments range in size from 3,400 to 5,100 square feet of space. There are a few duplex apartments.
Prices start at over $800K. Some apartments have sold for over $2M. See the listings below for current list prices.
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BUILDINGS SIMILAR TO 1301 N ASTOR
1301 N Astor built in 1929 houses 11 apartments in 15 stories. The art deco building was designed by Philip B. Maher. Original buyers could customize their apartments. Some were designed by the architect, David Adler.
Potter Palmer II first owned the top 3 floors. Palmer Jr as he was also known was the son of Potter Palmer who built a castle on land just east of the location for 1301 N Astor that was formerly a Catholic cemetery. As more wealthy Chicagoans moved to the area the Gold Coast neighborhood was born.
The high rise has door staff and storage. Leased parking is nearby. Pets are ok. Utilities included in the monthly assessment include: cable TV, heat and water.
Since this is a co-op property taxes are included in the monthly assessment. For more on the differences between co-ops and condos see Chicago co-op apartments vs. condos.
1301 N Astor is located in the east part of the Gold Coast neighborhood in downtown Chicago. It’s at the northeast corner of Astor and Goethe. Chicago’s lakefront is a block to the east. Lincoln Park is 4 blocks north.
A Jewel grocery store is 4 blocks away. A CVS Pharmacy is also 4 blocks away.
It currently has a Walk Score of 98 and a Transit Score of 81. The Red Line is less than a 1/2 mile away at Division and Clark. The #151/Sheridan bus which runs north and south is a block away on inner Lake Shore Drive. The #70/Division bus which runs east and west is 2 blocks to the south. Multiple car sharing services are within a couple of blocks.
It has a Bike Score of 77. A Divvy bike sharing station is 4 blocks away.
According to WalkScore.com, the location has a Crime Grade of A. That means it’s a lowest crime area compared to all of Chicago.