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Kiser Group’s Birk | Sklar Team brokered a sale transaction in Morgan Park just south of Beverly on Chicago’s South Side

Morgan Park Apartments on Sought-After Block Find Buyer

Kiser Group’s Birk | Sklar Team recently brokered a transaction at 1901 W. Pryor, located in Morgan Park just south of Beverly on Chicago’s South Side, with a last asking price of $3,100,000.The building is situated on one of the most sought-after blocks of the neighborhood due to its proximity between the Morgan Park high school, Prospect Gardens Park and Morgan Park Metra Station.  

“We had nearly a dozen showings here and several offers,” said partner Aaron Sklar. “Again, this area is super in demand due to its proximity to one of the most desirable suburbs just 10 miles south of the city (Beverly).” 

All apartments in the 34-unit property have been completely remodeled. The building has a parking lot in both the front and rear for tenants and is also equipped with a newly installed roof. 


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