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Belgravia Group tops off luxury condo building in Chicago’s River North

Belgravia Group tops off luxury condo building in Chicago’s River North,ph1

Chicago-based Belgravia Group has announced the topping-off of Three Sixty West, the company’s 11-story, 38-unit condominium development located at 360 W. Erie Street in the heart of the city’s River North neighborhood.

“As Three Sixty West has risen, so has excitement for and interest in the new residences it brings to the River North neighborhood,” said Jonathan McCulloch, senior vice president of Belgravia Group. “We’ve had interest from buyers ranging from empty nesters wanting access to the neighborhood’s restaurants and art galleries to young families already living in the area and attracted to the nearby Montgomery A. Ward Park and highly rated schools, like Ogden Elementary, but who want the larger move-up floor plans this building offers.”

Designed by Chicago-based GREC Architects, Three Sixty West features six different three-bedroom plans ranging from 1,735 to 2,396 square feet, with large rooms designed for entertaining or casual everyday living, expansive kitchens, dens and office niches, generous storage with multiple walk-in closets, laundry rooms and well-appointed master suites—some with private terraces.

“With only four residences per floor, and two on the penthouse level, owning a home at Three Sixty West offers a level of privacy not often associated with urban living,” said Liz Brooks, vice president of sales and marketing for Belgravia Group. “Three Sixty West is truly a peaceful oasis set within this vibrant neighborhood.”

Potential buyers at Three Sixty West have the opportunity to experience a walk-through of a home at the development with Belgravia’s first-of-its-kind VR 360 Model Home technology. This immersive virtual reality tour, along with detailed floor plans, is available at the Belgravia model home in the West Loop at 39 N. Aberdeen Street.

“Our VR 306 Model Home technology transports buyers into their new home, allowing them to walk through the floor plans, view different finishes and even peer over terrace ledges,” said McCulloch. “This gives buyers a greater sense of confidence and excitement about their purchase decision.”