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Live Next to the Lucas Museum in One of These South Loop Lofts

July 04, 2014

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So Chicago scored the Lucas Museum, and everyone is going bonkers from the excitement. In today’s edition of Real Estate Deathmatch, we compare three South Loop lofts that have a nice view of the Soldier Field parking lot that will transform into the Lucas Cultural Arts Museum by 2018. Say you’re a huge Star Wars fan, or you just prefer to live next to a huge new park space that will surround the future museum, and you’re considering a move to the South Loop. Today’s deathmatch includes two bedroom, two bathroom spaces that range in price so be sure to take a long gander and let us know which place you would choose.

1629 South Prairie Avenue Unit 2804, Chicago, IL First up is a two bedroom, two bathroom unit in the new Adler Place tower. The space has 9′ ceilings and the building includes a number of luxury amenities like a pool with a sundeck, a communal party room, a gym and a terrace overlooking Soldier Field. This condo can be had for $499,900.

1901 South Calumet Avenue Unit 2903, Chicago, IL Next up to bat is another two bedroom, two bathroom residence, this time in the Harbor View tower. The space offers in-unit laundry and a sweet balcony that looks over the future Lucas Museum site. A parking space is included in the $425,000 ask.

2001 South Calumet Avenue Unit 406, Chicago, IL Finally we come to a raw loft space on Calumet Ave. The two bedroom, two bathroom unit sports tall ceilings and windows and also includes parking. This space recently took a price cut, and can be yours for $319,900.

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