Kevin provides strategic representation by creating a personalized strategy for each client to achieve his or her objective. A skilled negotiator and networker, Kevin is capable of
guiding clients through everything from prevailing in multiple offer situations to identifying available properties that match their lifestyles to finding off-market options.
Kevin's prowess includes extensive consultation on how to position their properties to net the most amount of money.
Kevin understands the potential risks and rewards of a real estate investment, especially in the luxury segment of the market. He provides his clients with all the information and advice necessary to help them make informed decisions and manage risk. Kevin's in-depth knowledge of Chicago's condo and co-op buildings, enables him to help clients navigate their complexities.
His expertise stems from years of experience as a broker, including time that he served as a managing broker and mentor to other successful agents. Supervision and participation in more than 10,000 transactions has given him an unrivaled depth of experience and perspective. This insight gives his clients the peace of mind that no matter what arises, Kevin will be able to help them resolve it. Kevin's team extends beyond the usual scope of real estate related professionals. His network includes client recommendations for everything from fantastic fine dining to the city's best homemade cupcakes.
His love of design, architecture, and travel led him to Chicago, the best city in the world. (He is so passionate about Chicago's architecture that showings often become mini architectural tours!) Kevin resides in Streeterville and enjoys local dining, cycling on the lakefront, attending Chicago's neighborhood festivals, and collecting mid-century modern furniture.
This rarely available high floor apartment at Drake Tower with 3,860 square feet has spectacular lake and shoreline views. The apartment was last renovated in 1986 by the Chicago firm of Krueck & Olsen as a modern home and showcase to display a 20th-Century art collection. The apartment is unique to the building because it includes the space of the master bedroom and bath from the adjoining unit, making it among the larger units in the building. In its current state, the apartment's floor plan is very open and bright including white marble floors in the foyer, living room and dining room. The wall originally separating the living and dining rooms has been removed. The original configuration would have included 4+ bedrooms and 5 full baths. The offering price reflects the need to restore to the apartment to the Krueck & Olsen era or completely renovate it to a more classic aesthetic. This is an outstanding value! Please note the taxes and heat are included in the assessment.