1448 North Lake Shore Drive co-op apartments in the heart of Chicago’s Gold Coast on the corner of Lake Shore Drive and Burton Place, one block east of Astor Street. Featuring a mixture of mansions, architecturally significant greystones, and luxury lakefront condos and co-ops, the Gold Coast has been a destination for prominent Chicago families since the 1880s. In that Golden Age, developer millionaire developer Potter Palmer commissioned the most prominent architects of the day to design the Gold Coast’s finest co-op buildings and private residences. In 1978, the district was added to the National Register of Historic Places and the Gold Coast has repeatedly been included among the wealthiest urban neighborhoods in America.
F You Are Looking For A Dream Intown Apartment In Chicago's Gold Coast, You Will Love This Beautifully Restored, Thoughtfully Redesigned, And Finely Appointed Pied- -terre Co-op . Transformed Under The Discerning Eye Of Peggy Hommel Design, This O...
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Listing information last updated on September 16th, 2019 at 5:05am CDT.