Wolf Point East 80 percent leased with coffee shop on the way
Loop North News

(Above) Indoor pool at Wolf Point East with view of the Loop. Photos provided by Luxury Living Chicago Realty. Click on images to view larger versions.

12-Apr-21 – Wolf Point East is 80 percent leased, according to its leasing company. Luxury Living Chicago Realty says interest in the 60-story 698-unit apartment building, the second of three towers planned for Wolf Point, has not been significantly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We have seen demand for this building remain incredibly strong throughout the pandemic,” said Aaron Galvin, CEO and founder of Luxury Living Chicago Realty. “While much of the Chicago luxury apartment market experienced rent decreases and muted leasing absorption for the past year, Wolf Point East has exceeded all leasing metrics throughout the lease-up.”

Rents at Wolf Point East range from $2,295 per month for a studio apartment to $13,995 per month for a three-bedroom penthouse. Amenities include an indoor pool, fitness club, outdoor dog run, and coworking lounge with conference rooms.

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(Left) One-bedroom unit at Wolf Point East.

A coffee café will open in ground floor retail space this summer. Blue Bottle Coffee, a specialty coffee company with more than 100 locations throughout the world, will open its first location in Chicago at Wolf Point East. Luxury Living Chicago Realty says the Chicago location will be the California-based company’s largest coffee shop in the United States.

(Right) Rendering of Blue Bottle Coffee on ground floor of Wolf Point East.

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Wolf Point East is larger than the 48-story 509-unit Wolf Point West, which opened in 2016 on the 3.85-acre property near the confluence of the Chicago River’s three branches.

By Steven Dahlman | Loop North News | sdahlman@loopnorth.com


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