Lincoln Park, located on northwest side of Chicago, has been the desired address as it is known for well developed community with hotel, restaurants, nightlife and boutiques. Mark Saxenmeyer works as a journalist with special projects, has joined KSTP-TV as a reporter. His vintage condo with two-bedrooms in Lincoln Park is listed for $339,000. The unit with six rooms was bought in 2005 for $359,000.
The condo is of three levels, and it is a flatiron fashion building. It is one of its kinds with the living space having twelve foot tin ceiling. Saxenmeyer was attracted to the condo for its uniqueness and unconventional style. He liked each and every unit which was funky, different yet original. One thousand and two hundred square foot unit features three windows overlooking a park a storage room, a garage, a roof top deck. Saxenmeyer had installed tin ceiling to get a historic look with architectural effect. Michael Parish has listed the condo at $339,000.
A contemporary mansion of four stories has been developing into a distinct entity in Lincoln Park. A partner of Joseph Sacchetti, who is the partner Wolverine Trading, builds the house with marble exterior. He had bought in 2007 paying $2.6 million two of the lots. Again he bought third lot in 2010 paying $1.4 million. Now acquiring the building permit he is constructing a mansion demolishing the old structures. He got the approval to build a garage which provides space for four cars. Others also have ventured the same thing. Chicago builders, remodelers, Chicago home decor are offering their valuable service to the nation.