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West Loop Condo Developers Open Model Unit

The developers of 6 North Bishop, a boutique condominium community of 32 residences in Chicago’s West Loop, recently completed a new three-bedroom, three-bath-plus-den model unit that is available for tour. Now more than 50% sold, the development—formerly known as EVEQ—offers a mix of three- and four-bedroom residences ready for immediate move-in.
 
The furnished model, which measures 2,120 square feet, features a designated workspace in the living room, as well as a private den that can be used as a secondary work or study area. A 15-by-5-foot balcony off the expansive living room showcases the private outdoor space included in each residence.
 
“In finishing the model, we’re giving buyers the opportunity to see how much more they can get for their money in this development,” said Cory Robertson, principal sales agent with Corwin Partners at Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty, which is handling sales for 6 North Bishop.

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