If you prefer classic architecture and grand-scaled rooms embellished with deep moldings, high ceilings, fireplaces, and rich wood floors, there are many good co-op choices in architecturally significant buildings in Chicago’s prime locations. Choose, from one bedroom pied-a-terres to 6,000-square-foot house-like layouts.
An Unparalleled Penthouse With 1,000 Square Foot Private Terrace. Breathtaking, Unforgettable, Unobstructed Views Of Lake And City From Terrace And Residence. Penthouse Room Leads To The Terrace, Easily Accommodating 100 People For The Best Party...
432 West Grant Place #2w, CHICAGO, IL - $3,750,000
Sensational, One-of-a-kind 4300 Sqft Duplex Home. Purchased As Raw Space & Completed By Master Craftsmen, No Detail Has Been Overlooked Or Expense Spared In The Flawless Execution Of This Masterpiece. Foyer Opens To Dramatic Living Room, With Beau...
3500 North Lake Shore Drive #17ph, CHICAGO, IL - $3,500,000
Beautiful Renovation Of A Rare, High Floor Duplex Penthouse In East Lakeview! No Details Spared And Spectacular Views From Every Room! Custom, Quality Finishes Throughout This Home Blend Preserved Vintage Details With Modern Conveniences. Private ...
1500 North Lake Shore Drive #7-8b, CHICAGO, IL - $3,500,000
The Best Of The Best! Enjoy 5,000+ Sqft Of Elegant, Renovated Living Space On Two Levels In One Of The Gold Coast's Most Exclusive, Service-oriented Coops. The Vision Of Ny Architects Ferguson And Shamamian And Designer Libby Cameron (recognized A...
1430 North Lake Shore Drive #14, Chicago, IL - $3,100,000
"a Prominent Gold Coast Treasure" Best Describes The Stunning Renovation Of This Elegant Lake Shore Drive Residence. This Full Floor Unit With A Private Entrance Lives Like A Single Family Home In The Sky. The 45 X 12 Foot West-facing Ter Is Per...
199 East Lake Shore Drive #4w, CHICAGO, IL - $2,900,000
This Beautiful Duplex Evokes Classic European Elegance. Enjoy Lake Views Through Picture Windows From The Living Room And Master In This 3 Bedroom, 3.1 Bath, 4000 Sqft Residence At 199 E. Lake Shore Drive. Highlights: Grand Lr W/room For 2 Seating...
2430 North Lakeview Avenue #11-12n, Chicago, IL - $2,900,000
Completely Renovated & Highly Desirable "c" Tier In Gold Coast's Premier Co-op! Designed By Tom Stringer Design Partners & Featured In Luxe Interior Design, This Stunning Home Offers Exposures In Every Direction, Giving Breath-taking Lake, Park & ...
999 North Lake Shore Drive #2a, Chicago, IL - $2,685,000
Breathtaking Lake Michigan And City Views From Completely Renovated Sophisticated And Stylish Residence In A Prime Tier Of This Iconic, Elegant Benjamin Marshall Building. Every Detail Is Perfect, This Residence Combines Tasteful Refined Elegance ...
1500 North Lake Shore Drive #9a, CHICAGO, IL - $2,350,000
Located In The Building's Prime Se Corner Tier, This Sophisticated 4,400+ Sqft Residence Is Ideal For Luxurious Living And Entertaining. The Architectural Details Including A Fireplace, Custom Moldings And Paneling, Hardwood Floors And Hardwood Fl...
1500 North Lake Shore Drive #7a, CHICAGO, IL - $2,299,000
Simply The Best And Most Iconic And Elegant Gold Coast Co-op Building On Lake Shore Drive. Designed By Rosario Candela And Built By Mcnally & Quin. Gorgeous Views Of Lake, Beach, City From This Smashing Updated "a Tier" Apartment With Private Elev...
2355 North Commonwealth Avenue #1, CHICAGO, IL - $2,150,000
Location, Location, Location! This Exquisite 5,150 Sqft Coop Is In A Boutique Benjamin Marshall Building Over Looking The Park. Fully Renovated, This Gracious Home Offers A Perfect Blend Of Classic Architectural Details And Tasteful Updates. The E...
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What is a co-op?real estate, Chicago, co-ops
In Chicago, co-ops were the first form of apartment ownership, built between 1911-1929. The first “high rises” along the lakefront, .When you purchase a co-op you are purchasing shares of stock in a legal entity, usually an Illinois corporation, that owns the real estate. Along with the shares, you receive a Proprietary Lease that entitles you to occupy a certain unit. Instead of a deed, you own shares in the whole building.
Shareholders in a cooperative also pay real estate taxes, but they do not receive individual tax bills. A single tax bill is issued to the corporation and shareholders’ proportional share of the total bill, based on the number of shares they own, is included in their monthly assessment, which explains why co-op assessments appear higher than condos.
How is a co-op different from a condo?real estate, Chicago, co-ops
A co-op is different from a condominium only in its legal and financial form— the essential idea of ownership is the same. But instead of being simply “an apartment you own,” you are purchasing shares of stock in a legal entity, usually an Illinois corporation, that owns the real estate. Along with the shares, you receive a Proprietary Lease that entitles you to occupy a certain unit. Instead of a deed, you own shares in the corporation.
The purchase options differ among co-ops, with a few cooperatives not permitting financing and others restricting borrowed amounts to 50% of appraised or purchase price. Further, banks don’t offer traditional mortgages on co-ops, but do have similar loan offerings that provide the same benefits.
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Listing information last updated on August 20th, 2019 at 7:20am CDT.