How many people regret not buying a Mies van der Rohe co-op in 2010-11, when they were selling for about a third of what they’re listing for now? Many have changed hands in the last couple years, and prices continue to reflect the perfect midcentury modern style, the close proximity to downtown and the riverfront, and the idyllic park-like setting.
We saw this courtyard unit list in October of last year for $650,000, which our readers thought was outrageous. It offers an updated kitchen, a marble bathroom, plus a beautiful outdoor space highlighted by floor-to-ceiling windows. The unit also has three bedrooms, a not-updated bathroom, and a basement that can be used for additional office or storage space. These courtyard co-ops are more spacious than the rest at 1,450 square feet, and offer more privacy.
This one has re-listed through O’Connor Real Estate at $599,900, and has that $1,088 HOA fee. Questions about HOA fees and the neighborhood can be answered at Mies Detroit. Here’s a look around.
- 1320 Nicolet [Realtor.com]