2400 North Lakeview Avenue in Chicago

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2400 North Lakeview Avenue

2400 North Lakeview Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, Park West 60614
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  Great building. Lived here from 1998 to 2003 in one of the best units in the building, with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. The previous owner was an original owner who personally knew Mies van der Rohe and had the master bedroom cut out from the unit next door. Wonderful view of the lake and park. The intersection of Lakeview and Fullerton is one of the best, if not the best, place to live in Chicago. The LP Zoo, lakefront, the bike paths, the restaurants, the stores, and the beautiful neighborhood combine to make living there a lifetime memory. We left Chicago for South Florida, and although we love our life down here, we hope one day to buy another unit at 2400 and revisit those wonderful days spent in the windy city.

Bill - Thursday, January 12th, 2012 @ 9:11pm  

  This building is beautiful and location outstanding. You can sunbathe on the roof and see the lake, Lincoln Park Zoo, Diversey Harbor and the boats, North Pond, the summer theater and the new science building. All of this right in your neighborhood. Great restaurants are all around. You can see the sunset and watch fireworks from all around on holidays and various events. This is where the movie, "What Woman Want" with Mel Gibson was filmed. The building is a landmark, too.The Great Fire of 1871 stopped just south of its now entrance step. There is even a swimming pool. Great building.

F Johnson - Monday, May 4th, 2009 @ 2:38pm  

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