Mies Van Der Rohe
A rare Lafayette Park–facing unit in the midcentury modern community
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Management said the fence, which would have blocked access to the park, was necessary to ensure resident safety.
This light-filled co-op has floor-to-ceiling windows.
This week, we found a condo, co-op, loft, and single-family home. Which would you choose?
This co-op has three bedrooms, an updated kitchen, and a gorgeous outdoor space.
This lovely, private courtyard townhouse has three bedrooms, two baths, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
This gorgeous Sherwood Forest home sold for $399,900.
Create your own midcentury modern world in this three bedroom Lafayette Park co-op.
This two bedroom, one and a half bath courtyard unit has extra living space in the basement and a gorgeous outdoor area.
This three bedroom townhouse with floor-to-ceiling windows is located near downtown, Eastern Market, and the Riverfront.
This Mies van der Rohe co-op listed last fall and just sold for $362,000.
After we saw so many sales in Lafayette Park last year, these two units, which listed in the fall, have dropped their prices.
We check in with a few houses around the city that were on the market for quite a while. How did your favorite fare?
We check in with some homes from the past few months, including houses in Woodbridge, the North End, and the University District.
These co-ops have been selling for around their listing price all year. This one has an updated kitchen and sleek style.
This co-op is listing under market value and is pretty much a blank canvas for its new owners.
This co-op new to the market has serious upgrades in the kitchen and bathroom. The price? $425,000.
This midcentury modern fixer upper still had some of its original appliances.
This great end unit had its original burners in its kitchen in tact. It asked for $345,000 in June and sold for that exact price.
Some readers thought the listing prices were too high for these midcentury modern townhouses. All but one came in over asking.
This 1,400-square-foot unit seems to be stuck in the past and could use some updating. It has three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, and vintage appliances.
Prices are rising in the Mies co-ops. This three bedroom, one and a half bath 1,400-square-foot townhouse is listing for $350,000.
This 1,450-square-foot unit has three bedrooms, two baths, a finished basement with an additional bedroom, and an outdoor space.