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757 Orleans is a 22 story, 198 unit tower from Chicago real estate developer the Gammonley Group. This River North high-rise is FHA approved and still has quite a few Chicago condos for sale from the developer. Buyer incentives are often advertised for these units, and those incentives have resulted in several sales lately. But the high-rise is still far from being sold out or even halfway there, so buyers may be able to get a good deal on pricing.

The units in this tower range from studios to one and two bedroom, one to two bath floor plans. The studios are priced from the $180,000s to $230,000s and the one bedroom condos are listed from the $240,000s to $330,000s. The larger two bedroom condos at 757 Orleans are running from the $360,000s to $480,000s.

The condos at 757 Orleans have 9 foot high ceilings in most areas and designer lighting. The units also come with hardwood oak flooring in the entry, living room, dining room and kitchen. There is a washer and dryer hook-up, solid wood core entry door, wall-to-wall carpeting in the hallways and bedrooms, vinyl-clad wire shelves in the closets and each unit has either a private balcony or terrace.

Kitchens feature maple or oak 42 inch upper wood cabinets and 36 inch base cabinets, granite counter tops and 4 inch backsplash, stainless steel appliances, double bowl stainless steel sink and chrome pull-out spray faucet. Baths come with marble vanity tops and tub and shower surround.

Building perks include a 24 hour doorman, swimming pool, fitness room, bike storage room and extra resident storage.

Recently, as of early 2011, the developer has offered free parking as an incentive as well as $5,000 back in closing cost credits and 2 point buy downs. Promotions at 757 Orleans change often, so please contact us for the latest information about this Chicago real estate development.

  • Capacity: 22 stories, 198 condo units (25% sold)
  • Location: River North Neighborhood
  • Delivery: Fall 2008
  • Developer: Gammonley Group
  • Pricing: $200,000 to $700,000+
  • Footage: 1-3 bedrooms @ 644 to 1,818 square feet
  • Amenities: Fitness center, retail shops, floor-to-ceiling windows, sixth-floor pool and terrace

757 Orleans
A 2-bed 2-bath corner floor plan at 757 Orleans
 

The units in this tower range from studios to one and two bedroom, one to two bath floor plans. The studios are priced from the $180,000s to $230,000s and the one bedroom condos are listed from the $240,000s to $330,000s. The larger two bedroom condos at 757 Orleans are running from the $360,000s to $480,000s.

The condos at 757 Orleans have 9 foot high ceilings in most areas and designer lighting. The units also come with hardwood oak flooring in the entry, living room, dining room and kitchen. There is a washer and dryer hook-up, solid wood core entry door, wall-to-wall carpeting in the hallways and bedrooms, vinyl-clad wire shelves in the closets and each unit has either a private balcony or terrace.

Kitchens feature maple or oak 42 inch upper wood cabinets and 36 inch base cabinets, granite counter tops and 4 inch backsplash, stainless steel appliances, double bowl stainless steel sink and chrome pull-out spray faucet. Baths come with marble vanity tops and tub and shower surround.

Building perks include a 24 hour doorman, swimming pool, fitness room, bike storage room and extra resident storage.

Recently, as of early 2011, the developer has offered free parking as an incentive as well as $5,000 back in closing cost credits and 2 point buy downs. Promotions at 757 Orleans change often, so please contact us for the latest information about this Chicago real estate development.



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