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Mabel Exchange, a mixed-use property that was originally the headquarters of Maybelline, has sold for $9.2 million on Chicago's North Side

Kiser Group Arranges Sale of North Side’s Mabel Exchange

Kiser Group closed the sale of a 52-unit mixed-use property located in the Edgewater neighborhood on Chicago’s North Side. Directors Andy Friedman and Jake Parker, along with managing broker Lee Kiser, represented both the buyer and the seller in this $9.2-million transaction.  

“5920 N Ridge, known as the Mabel Exchange, is an iconic building at the nexus of Edgewater and Andersonville,” said Friedman. “Built in 1928 to serve as the corporate headquarters of Maybelline, the Mabel Exchange is a great example of a historically important Chicago building.”  

The property includes 35 studios, 15 one-bedroom units, 2 two-bedroom units, and 20,000 square feet of commercial space.  Additionally, the property has indoor parking for 33 spaces. 

“The seller purchased the Mabel Exchange in 2019 and gut-renovated the building,” said Parker. “Envoi plans on further elevating the Mabel Exchange through the addition of amenities and improving the commercial space.” 

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