June 2019

Found 4 blog entries for June 2019.

If you're living in Chicago or even a tiny bit interested in the real estate scene, architecture, or new developments, you're aware of the upcoming Vista Tower. Designed by Jeanne Gang, this skyscraper will be the third tallest building in Chicago and the tallest building in the United States from a female-led architectural firm.

Here's the breakdown of Vista Tower by the numbers:

*101 stories tall.

*1,190 feet high.

*Composed of three interconnected high rise towers.

*Home to 396 luxury condos and 192 high end hotel rooms.

*Prices for a condo in the Vista Tower start at approximately $1,000,000 USD with the penthouses reaching over $10,000,000 USD.

*Located at 363 East Wacker Drive, next to the Chicago River, near the lakefront,

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Are you active on Instagram? Of course you are (and you should follow us @MagellanRealty). We love to see the amazing images of Chicago and our beautiful architecture, delicious food, exciting festivals, and other fun activities that make living in Chicago great. Here are some of our favorite users to follow ASAP:

Tat Ventures - A Chicago photographer who shows us beautiful views of the city.

Chicago Food Authority - The best eats in Chicago and beyond.

Jennifer Lake - A stylish fashionista who shares her colorful looks with a (mostly) Chicago backdrop.

Jeremy Hinton - A Chicago architect who posts photo of (unsurprisingly) Chicago architecture, this is a great way to get a glimpse of the Windy City

Nick Ulivieri - A local photographer

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Everyone knows that Chicago is at its absolute best in the summer. The perfect weather, the gorgeous lakefront, and all of the many festivals and other special events mean that you're never at a loss for something to do; plus, even just being outside in one of the city's vibrant neighborhoods is a treat after a long chilly winter. In addition to the obvious reasons that Chicago is fantastic in the summer, however, there are plenty of secrets that only long term residents are privy too - but we're sharing them with you in this post because we hope everyone loves this season and this city as much as we do.

1. Visiting The Smaller Museums. While everyone checks out the Art Institute, Adler Planetarium, the Field Museum, the Shedd Aquarium, and the

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Luxury is a word that is so overused in real estate it has practically lost all meaning. The dictionary defines luxury as being in "rich, pleasant, or comfortable surroundings" or "something desirable, expensive, and hard to get", and while those descriptions certainly can apply to luxury real estate, we think that a truly luxurious home is so much more than that.

Location, location, location. The most stunning home in the world might not be truly luxurious (in your eyes) if it is not in a desirable location. Whether you want to be in the center of a major cosmopolitan city, near the coastline with a spectacular private beach, or up in the mountains with ski resorts nearby, the home that will be the biggest luxury for you is most likely the one

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