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The Lower West Side has seen a lot of new developments as buyers look to the neighborhood for an affordable condominium or loft. The area is conveniently located within minutes of downtown Chicago and the South Loop.

One building that offers a number of lofts at affordable prices is 1510 S. Throop. Located in the heart of the University Village and Roosevelt Square area, this development benefits from an 8-year tax freeze for new residents.

There are currently no lofts listed on the real estate market at 1510 S. Throop. However, MLS data shows that two units have been sold in recent months. A two-bedroom and one-bath loft that offers 1,123 square feet of living space was listed for $325,000. The most affordable unit that has been on the market in recent months was a two-bedroom and two-bath loft, priced at just $299,000.

Each unit at 1510 S. Throop comes with a number of luxury amenities. The gourmet kitchen offers an appliance package, granite countertops, and hardwood floors. Residents also enjoy a master bathroom with marble finishings and the finest fixtures on the market. Many units offer excellent views of the downtwon Chicago skyline.

The development also offers several common amenities for all residents to enjoy. These include a modern fitness center, party room, and a 24-hour doorman. The development comes with an indoor heated parking garage, with spaces sold separately.

Residents of the up-and-coming Lower West Side enjoy a number of amenities within walking distance. Residents of 1510 S. Throop enjoy easy access to parks, restaurants, nightlife, and shopping. There's one restaurant right down the street from the development, and many more can be found just south in Pilsen. 18th Street is home to some of the best Mexican food in the city.

For a night out on the town, head up to the UIC campus and enjoy one of the many bars and restaurants that cater to local students. Shoppers can find plenty of choices along 18th Street in Pilsen, just three blocks south of the development.

Commuters can get to downtown Chicago quickly via the 18th Street stop of the El, located within a five-minute walk of home. The Halsted stop of the Metra serves downtown and the western suburbs. Several buses also connect the neighborhood with downtown and other parts of the city.

If you're looking to save money on a new condominium, the Lower West Side is an excellent choice. The neighborhood offers excellent prices and a number of choices for buyers to pick from. It is also one of just a few neighborhoods to see an increase in sales in recent months.

According to the Chicago Association of Realtors, a total of 59 condos and lofts were sold in the neighborhood in 2007, up from 48 units sold in the previous year. This is an all-time sales record for the neighborhood, as the once forgotten area attracts more buyers.

The increase in new developments led to a longer turnover time for units on the market. The average market time for units sold in 2007 rose to 119 days, up from 84 days during the previous year. The increased inventory of unsold units on the market led to stable prices in the neighborhood.

The average sales price held steady during 2007. However, as the Lower West Side increases in popularity, buyers who get in the market now may be entering on the ground floor. The sky is the limit for the Lower West Side.




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