Andrew Mason, the co-founder and former CEO of Groupon, has sold his Chicago triplex condominium for $1.15 million.
Located in Ukrainian Village of West Town in a building that was constructed in 1920, the three bedroom, 3, 300 square foot loft was first listed in May for $1.2 million.
The triplex loft has 3 and one half baths and all three bedrooms are situated on one level. There are skyline views and a kitchen with white lacquer cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.
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Outside are two decks offering skyline views and a rooftop resistance pool.
The apartment features loft style20 foot high vaulted wood ceilings and contemporary finishes including an extra-thick, multi-colored top on the kitchen island and a bathroom vanity made of a freeform hunk of raw wood. The home has a rooftop deck and a terrace off the living room that offers a view of the Chicago skyline to the east.
It is situated in a three story red brick building with 24 units that was obviously once a factory.
Mason paid $910, 000 for it in 2010. It only took a week after the apartment was listed for a deal to be made. The entrepreneur, who is now based in San Francisco, has now divested himself of all of his Chicago properties. Mason also sold his Evanston home for $4.07 million.
The Chicago neighborhood Ukrainian Village is bordered by Division Street to the north, Chicago Avenue to the south, Western Avenue to the west, and Damen Avenue to the east. It got its name from a large wave of Ukrainian immigrants who settled there during World War I. It was designated a Chicago landmark district in 2002.