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JK Equities Tops Out at 1400 Monroe

1400 Monroe, JK Equities’ 42-unit boutique condominium in Chicago’s West Loop, has officially topped out. 
The developer started construction over the summer and the project is expected to be delivered by summer/fall 2021. Construction is being led by Summit Design + Build.
Sales led by WOLF Development Strategies have been steady, with the project reaching 60% sold. 1400 Monroe offers  two, three- and four-bedroom layouts, with the last four-bedroom penthouse currently on the market for $2.495 million.
When the upcoming groundbreaking was announced a year ago, Jerry Karlik, principal of JK Equities, said, “This project provides future residents with a well-designed home on the park, in one of the most coveted public-school districts in Downtown Chicago, at a competitive price point.” 


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