Chicago Business Journal: Condo Building Near the Bears’ Possible Future Home Trades in Near-Record Sale

Patrick Kennelly
Paul Waterloo
Deal Stories
Patrick Kennelly
Paul Waterloo

Arlington Heights, IL – A condominium building in the Chicago suburb of Arlington Heights has sold for $9.7 million.

The property is located near Arlington International Racecourse, the shuttered site that the Chicago Bears have agreed to buy with plans to redevelop it into a new stadium and entertainment district.

The 40-unit One Chestnut Court, located at 1 N. Chestnut Ave., sold for $242,500 per unit. The sale, which closed last week, is the second-highest condominium building sold on a per-unit basis in Arlington Heights in the past five years, according to Pat Kennelly with Interra Realty LLC, who represented the seller, Chestnut Street Condominium Association, along with colleague Paul Waterloo.

Read the full article: Chicago Business Journal

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