Look past the dust because once it settles, it may be too late. This yet-to-be-marketed flat is the last remaining home with a private, tiled rooftop deck; 1 of only 3. Facing northeast with an open skyline you'll have the best views in the building, seriously. Ambient light fills your home all day while views downtown including Sears Tower (I don't care who bought the naming rights) are seen in every bedroom through your European turn and tilt windows. With only 4 left, the time is now to be a faithful owner at LincolnView. Ask the 6 buyers already under contract how it feels to receive an executed contract securing their future home where you enter through your oversized garage door into your heated attached garage with EV charging option. While away you can use the lobby video chat to buzz your guests in or give the dog walker a code for hassle-free access. Walkthrough the surveilled receiving area with "not basic" mailboxes, art wall, and package shelves along with a countertop to scribble on with attached garbage for junk mail. The understated herringbone lobby with 5 staggering pendants and 3 chandeliers will lead your guests straight to the elevator, onto your home. As you ascend past 1 1/2" of concrete soundproofing you'll exit onto the carpeted corridor adding texture and acoustic muffling before you reach your door - Can you believe I've gone on this far and haven't gotten to the home yet? - With 3 units per floor and your own wing of the building (come here and I'll explain it) you have a private alcove to yourself outside the home that could function as the perfect mud roomesque area. This oak & navy palette designed by Miller & Moss will impress. Designer lighting, pre-finished white oak floors, Bosch appliances, Michigan-made dovetailed cabinets, and quartz counters with on-trend finishes. Do basic walk-ups have you feeling confined? Limited? Viewless? Does the idea of paying an arm and a leg and potentially breaking one tripping down stairs and slipping on iced sidewalks give you pause? Meet Lincolnview. Imagine the economies of scale and lower monthly hoa in this 11-unit boutique building. From the 10'+ ceiling heights to the curated hallways and lobby, this building will stand out in your search. Now compare with the commonplace 25x125 three-flat that's more bowling alley than abode. Get your steps in with 10-minute or less walks to Fox Trot, Whole Foods, Dom's, Burley School, Soul Cycle, 2 'L' Stops, Lincoln Park, Schubas, Masonic Medical, Hamlin Park, and others. This full masonry building is backed by 15+ years of experience building in Chicago. WalkScore 92 | TransitScore 76 | BikeScore 92 | 20-minute Lyft, 35-minute L ride, or a 33-minute cycle to The Loop | Divvy station less than 1 block away | 0.6 mi to the Brown/Purple/Red Line | The 76/77/9/x9 bus lines are within 0.3 mi. Renderings are not exact and may change. The building is drywalled and ready to be shown. Multiple units available. Inquire for more information. Expected delivery beginning of August 2022.
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