Related Realty, the luxury brokerage division of Related Midwest, along with Harbor Side Development, has announced the sellout of Calumet Row, a collection of seven newly constructed brick-and-masonry rowhomes in Chicago’s Prairie Avenue District. The last rowhome sold last month.
The residences include four- and five-bedroom floor plans across two four-story buildings. Designed by architect Michael J. Leary, the homes range in size from 3,500 to 4,800 square feet and achieved sale prices between $1.2 million and over $1.9 million, with one home in the development setting a record price for single-family home sales in the Prairie Avenue District, according to local real estate data firm MRED LLC.
“Calumet Row is in the heart of a rapidly growing neighborhood where residents can enjoy a walkable lifestyle near the lakefront and popular shopping, dining and cultural attractions like the Museum Campus,” said Patrick Ryan, senior vice president and managing broker of Related Realty.
Homes at Calumet Row feature 9- to 11-foot ceilings, hand-scraped oak hardwood flooring, open-space living and dining rooms with fireplaces, private terraces, and attached two-car garages. Kitchens showcase 54-inch European cabinetry, granite countertops, and Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, while master bathrooms include granite-topped maple vanities, rain showers, Grohe faucets and large walk-in closets.
“We wanted to capture the grandeur of the old Prairie Avenue mansions while incorporating 21st-century upgrades,” says developer and builder Kevin Flaherty. “Calumet Row blends seamlessly with the Illinois National Guard Armory next door and provides an intriguing contrast to the modern Museum Park Place tower across the street. The dynamic mix of old and new is part of what makes this neighborhood so special.”