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Showing 2-3 Bedroom Rental Units in Lakeshore East and Streeterville

June 30th, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized

I showed a couple from New York looking to rent in Lakeshore East or Streeterville a couple weeks ago. They were looking for a 2-3 bedroom unit with an indoor swimming pool and a nice view with the city and the lake. There price range was under $4,000 with parking included. I found 7 buildings with around 14 properties total to show them including some rental buildings, such as the Aqua (which does not have any three bedroom units for rent, and there is a waiting list for a two bedroom unit). The Streeter – 345 E Grand – did not have any two bedroom or three bedroom units available either and there were 4 people on the waiting list in front of my clients. North Harbor Tower – 175 N Harbor Dr. – did not have any three bedrooms units and my client was the first one on the waiting list. Other buildings included 340 on the park – 340 E Randolph – it was a two bedroom plus den facing north, price is $4,400 plus parking on a low floor and $4,900 plus parking on a very high floor. 474 N Lakeshore Dr – two bedroom unit asking for $2,700 plus parking. Lake Point Tower – 505 N Lakeshore Dr, two bedroom asking for $4,000 plus parking. The Heritage buiding – 130 N Garland, two bedroom unit facing east with beautiful lake view for $3,700 plus parking and a couple facing west for $3,300 plus parking.

After viewing all the properties, my clients liked North Harbor Tower for the view, the size of the room and the price, they got a call yesterday from the leasing agent and was told that there was one three bedroom unit available for them for $3,300 plus parking. This is a great deal compare to the other two bedroom units we have seen. Since right now the rental market is so hot, there is no way to get any concessions for the unit, therefore, the price is the market price.

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