LAKESIDE TOWER

South Loop

1600 S. INDIANA

  • Units: 142
  • A/C: CEN AIR
  • Exterior: BR, GL, ST
  • Amenities: ELEVATOR, XRCISE ROO
  • Garage: ATTACHED, 1CAR GAR,
  • Parking: ASSGND-1, UNDRGRND/C
  • Pets: CATS OK, DOGS OK

Situated in the popular South Loop neighborhood of Chicago at 1600 S. Indiana, this attractive high-rise condo development was completed as recently as 2006, and is now one of the most sought-after residences on Chicago's near south side. The building provides homeowners with the conveniences and comforts of living in a multi-unit structure, while affording a sense of privacy and personal style that is often hard to come by. The range of floorplans allows you to choose the best fit for your needs, from the number of bedrooms to the size of your kitchen. And no matter what layout you select, the properties at Lakeside Tower incorporate a touch of modern luxury with the essential amenities that make the city lifestyle that much sweeter.


Along with the basic design of the units and the number of bedrooms you want, it's good to get the inside scoop on the building's sales history and the current status of available properties. As a potential homeowner, these sorts of details are invaluable to making your decision on whether or not to buy. So, in order to make your life easier, we've put together the most recent information on Lakeside Tower from the price per foot to the assessments fees to the policy on pets.


The average unit size in the building is 803 square feet with a typical price of $360 per square foot. There are currently few 1-bedroom residences available in Lakeside Tower, with an average selling price of $296,457. The listing prices range between $305,000 and $314,950. For the most part, properties in this popular great building remain on the market for at least 77 days, although some take 393 days to sell. As for monthly assessments, residents pay $275 on average for this sought-after Chicago residence, on top of taxes that generally cost between $1500 and $4000 annually. And, for the animal-lovers out there, Lakeside Tower does allow pets, so that will be one less thing for you to worry about.