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Jefferson Park Apartment Deal Closed by Marcus & Millichap

Marcus & Millichap has finalized the sale of a six-unit apartment property in Chicago’s Jefferson Park neighborhood. Located at 5663 W. Higgins Ave., the property sold for $1.3 million to an unidentified buyer.

Kyle A. Stengle, SVP investments in Marcus & Millichap’s Chicago Downtown office, exclusively marketed the property on behalf of the seller.

The newer-construction property contains six two and three-bedroom apartments.  All units feature granite countertops and hardwood floors throughout, along with private decks in the rear. The property is located near numerous Chicago Transit Authority bus stops, and the Jefferson Park Blue Line train stop.

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