How Much House Does $500,000 Get You in Chicago?

Part three of our bang-for-your-buck series: Check out five Chicago properties you can pick up for around half a million dollars.

Photo by: Related Midwest Built in 2007, Harbor View is a contemporary take on the glass-and-steel building, an architectural design that’s still fresh and takes advantage of natural lighting and clean lines. Open. Breathable. The median sales prices for similar comps in South Loop print at $560,233. 

South Loop: $475K

How much house can you buy for $500,000? This. Just on the market, a tasty 3-bed, 2-bath Harbor View condo that oozes luxury. Here's the drool checklist: corner unit, beautifully designed things, a bit of posh in the kitchen and enough space for a conga-line dance.  At 1,580 square feet – one of the most spacious in the 30-story Prairie District building at 1901 South Calumet Avenue – it fits just so. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring panoramic views from the east, west and south. Or step into the sun on your 20-foot private balcony. From developer Related Midwest. They got this right. Asking $475,000 to $550,000. Perk: Outdoor dog park.

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