Here are all the condo buildings in Chicago that have an indoor pool or an outdoor pool. The buildings are organized by neighborhood. Condos for sale are available for each building. Building and location details are available for several of the buildings.
CHICAGO CONDOS WITH INDOOR POOLS
CONDOS WITH INDOOR POOLS BY PRICE
|$5M or More||$3M - $5M||$2M - $3M|
|$1.5M - $2M||$1.25M - $1.5M||$1M - $1.25M|
|$900K - $1M||$800K - $900K||$700K - $800K|
|$600K - $700K||$500K - $600K||$450K - $500K|
|$400K - $450K||$350K - $400K||$300K - $350K|
|$250K - $300K||$200K - $250K||$200K or Less|
CONDOS WITH INDOOR POOLS BY BUILDING
Condominiums with indoor pools are located in the Douglas, Edgewater, Gold Coast, Kenwood, Lakeview and Lincoln Park neighborhoods. They are also in the Loop, River North, South Loop, Streeterville, Uptown and West Ridge.
CHICAGO CONDOS WITH OUTDOOR POOLS
CONDOS WITH OUTDOOR POOLS BY PRICE
3/5/20 We are experiencing technical issues and currently are unable to show condos with outdoor pools by price. We apologize.
CONDOS WITH OUTDOOR POOLS BY BUILDING
Condominiums with outdoor pools are located in the Douglas, Dunning, Edgewater, Gold Coast, Hyde Park, Lakeview, Lincoln Park and Loop neighborhoods. They are also in O’Hare, River North, South Loop, Streeterville, University Commons, Uptown, West Lawn, West Loop and West Ridge.
3/5/20 We are experiencing technical issues and currently are unable to show condos with outdoor pools by building. We apologize.
Five condo buildings have both an indoor and an outdoor pool. They are Aqua and Vista Tower in the Loop, Lake Point Tower and One Bennett Place in Streeterville and One Museum Park East in the South Loop.
Three co-op apartments have indoor pools. They are 3750 N Lake Shore Drive in Lakeview, 5555 N Sheridan in Edgewater and 2444 – 2484 W Estes in West Ridge. There are no co-op apartments with outdoor pools in Chicago.
Pool maintenance and added insurance costs add significantly to monthly assessments. If you have a limited budget, consider if you’ll really use a pool consistently. If not, it may make more sense to buy in a condo building without a pool and pay to use a private or public pool. There are 90 public swimming pools in Chicago.
To see rules regarding pools in Illinois visit the IL Department of Public Health’s Swimming Facility Code Patron Regulations. Each condo association may have additional rules. After your offer is accepted you’ll have the opportunity to review those rules during the attorney review period.