Hot on the Chicago Real Estate Market: Lincoln Park 2550

Working in the Chicago real estate market, there is plenty of news and properties and deals to keep abreast of–some more exciting than others. I’ve been eagerly watching one of the most anticipated new construction projects from the last few years become a reality–Lincoln Park 2550. These brand-new luxury condos are unlike any other property in Chicago, and residents are now moving in to experience some of the finest upscale living in Lincoln Park.

It’s exciting when a project moves from renderings and models to the real thing, and clients can now see for themselves why everyone is talking about this building. I’d be happy to set up an appointment for us to see the building and experience first-hand the building, the units inside and all of the amenities this residence has to offer.

Lincoln Park 2550 Lobby

The entryway at 2550 Lincoln Park. Image from www.lincolnpark2550.com.

The Finest in Luxury Chicago Condos

The project–originally known as Lincoln Park 2520–is one of renowned Chicago architect Lucien Lagrange’s final projects before his impending retirement. One of the most buzzed about features of the final product is the building’s spectacular entryway–magnificent ceilings, beautiful artwork and overall opulence serve as the perfect introduction to residents and guests the moment they step foot into Lincoln Park 2550.

But the elegance of Lincoln Park 2550 goes well beyond the lobby. A few other reasons that luxury buyers are in love with this building include:

Concierge services: In additional to 24-hour door staff and maintenance, the building offers concierge services that are prepared to be at the beck and call of the residents.

Square footage: There are a number of very large units (some floorplans feature more than 5,000 total square feet) in Lincoln Park 2550 that allow residents to have a home in the sky–no need to leave behind an antique or special piece of furniture because of space.

Amenities: From a 1 ¼-acre private park, to the full-service fitness facility, indoor pool, club lounge, private movie theater, a billiards/game room, valet parking and more, the amenities at Lincoln park 2550 leave nothing to be desired.

Kid-friendliness: While room to roam and play outside is a more typical feature of a single-family home, Lincoln Park 2550 includes a park right downstairs from the building’s units, making it easy for families to transition into playtime.

Great schools: The property’s location in the heart of Lincoln Park puts it near some of the best private schools in Chicago like Francis W. Parker and Latin School of Chicago.

Chicago Condos with Plenty of Space
One of the great things about the design on Lincoln Park 2550 is the range of spaces available. Whether you’re an empty nester or a large family, the different available floorplans make this building ideal for a range of lifestyles.

Here’s a closer look at some of 2550’s floor plans. Click each to enlarge:

Lincoln Park 2550 Unit A6 floor plan

Unit A6: A 1 bedroom, 1/5 bath totaling 1,411 square feet. These units face southeast on floors 5-10.

Lincoln Park 2520 Unit B3 floor plan

Unit B3: A 2 bedroom, 2 bath totaling 1,654 square feet. Near the building’s southeast corner and available on floors 3-14.

Lincoln Park 2520 Unit C2 floor plan

Unit C2: A 3 bedroom, 3 bath totaling 2,169 square feet. These units are on Lincoln Park 2550’s northeast corner on floors 3-14.

Lincoln Park 2550 Floorplan Unit C8

Unit C8: A 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath totaling 4,723 square feet. Includes a generous 758 square feet of outdoor space. These units are on the entire southwest corner of the building on floors 4-14.

Lincoln Park 2550 Floorplan Unit D6

Unit D6: A 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath totaling 4,953 square feet. On the building’s sound end, spanning the width of the building for panoramic views from floors 35 and 36, which have only two units on the floor.

Lincoln Park 2550 Unit C3-C4 floor plan

Unit C3-C4: 4 bedroom, 4.5 baths for a total of 5,190 square feet. On floors 11-22, extending across the width of the building to face both northwest and southeast at each end.

The building has 15 floorplans total, so there are a range of options to meet what you’re looking for in a Chicago condo. For a personal tour of the building and to see these units in person, contact me at (312) 498-5080 or email me at ssalnick@dreamtown.com.

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