The most breathtaking views in the city. Lake, Historic Mich. Ave. skyline, Grant & Maggie Daley parks. Premier, rarely available southwest corner residence at the Buckingham at the perfect floor height. Exquisite, pristine interiors with SS, black granite counters, new Bosch W/D. Premium parking space. Rooftop indoor pool, sundeck & fitness room. Party rm, library, lovely terrace with grills. So near the cultural heart of the city, great dining & shopping, yet tucked away in the serenity of highly desired Lakeshore East neighborhood. Awaken to gorgeous sunrises and relax to glorious sunsets. A very special property.
Cats OK, Dogs OK, Pet Weight Limitation, 25 lbs. max.
$10, 629 (2016)
Electric, Baseboard, Zoned
Air Conditioning, Water, Parking, Common Insurance, Doorman, TV/Cable, Exercise Facilities, Pool, Scavenger, Snow Removal, Internet Access
This listing 360 East Randolph Street #2704 Chicago, Il 60601
is a attached single listing
with 2 full baths, 2 bedrooms and approximately 1,580 square feet. 360 East Randolph Street #2704 was built in 1982. 360 East Randolph Street #2704 is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60601.
It has been listed on our site since 4/19/18.
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