If you’ve been looking for a new home in Chicago, Illinois, look no further than this VA foreclosure condominium in the heart of the city. Located near Chicago’s West Side, 728 W. Jackson Boulevard is great for anyone who wants a city lifestyle.
This two bedroom, one and a half bath condominium is 1,125 square feet and located in the historical Haberdasher Square Lofts. Its features are what people picture when they envision the perfect city apartment: exposed brick, timber, hardwood flooring and an in-unit washer and driver. There’s also built-in shelving so you can maximize your space. The building offers amenities such as a 24-hour doorman, a fitness center, rooftop sundeck and basketball court. You’ll also be able to navigate the city easily; the residence is in close proximity to the public transit system and Interstate 94.
About the city
Chicago is one of the most sought-after cities in the Midwest with a population of 2.7 million. It has long been known for its innovative attractions – from the elevated train to the Willis (formerly Sears) Tower, which is still the tallest building in North America. Chicago was also home to the World’s Columbian Exposition in 1893. Its most popular features include its beachfront on Lake Michigan, several professional sports teams and the many corporations that are headquartered in the city.
Things to do
Whether you want to spend a quiet afternoon at a museum or a wild night out, Chicago has no shortage of things to do. Its cultural experiences include the Joffrey Ballet, the Steppenwolf Theater Company and the museum campus. There are many popular nightclubs and bars throughout the city, as well as the United Center, where you can see top acts perform and the hometown Bulls play. Chicago residents and visitors alike enjoy spending an afternoon shopping on the Magnificent Mile, or an evening tasting all of the delicacies in China Town. With the condo on Jackson Avenue, you can have a great space and an active urban lifestyle.
A VA Real Estate Owned (REO) property is one that becomes the possession of the VA after the mortgage company attempts to auction a foreclosed property and fails. VA-owned properties, or VA REOs, are listed on local Multiple Listing Sites (MLS) or at http://listings.vrmco.com, a site that lists VA REO property for sale.
Note: While this VA REO property was listed for sale at the time of writing, it may have been sold or removed from the listing services by the time of publication.