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KSN Closes on a $32.3M Deconversion Sale of a 115-unit Lakeview Condominium Association (Illinois)

Located in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood, Barry Quadrangle Condominium Association was sold on April 13, 2021 and will be converted into apartments. Purchased for $32.3 million, this transaction encompasses three condominium buildings. KSN handled the closing of...

Kiser Group Lists $32.5 Million Mixed-Use Property in Chicago’s South Loop

Kiser Group lists 2036 S. Michigan Avenue, a mixed-use development in  Chicago’s South Loop, for $32.5 million. The listing is being marketed by Kiser Group Partners Noah Birk and Aaron Sklar and Principal and Managing Broker Lee Kiser.   “An investment at 2036...

Kiser Group Lists Motor Row Mixed-Use for Sale

Kiser Group has listed 2036 S. Michigan Ave., a mixed-use development in Chicago’s South Loop, for $32.5 million. The listing is being marketed by Kiser Group partners Noah Birk and Aaron Sklar and principal and managing broker Lee Kiser. “An investment at 2036 S....

Kiser Group Closes on Three-Building Deconversion Deal in Lakeview

Kiser Group advised on the $32.3-million sale of The Barry Quad, a three-building, 115-unit condominium deconversion in the North Side’s Lakeview neighborhood. The Barry Quad sale represents only the second vintage walk-up property of 100 units or more to trade in...

A Perfect Storm To Leverage Equity For Acquisitions

Equity is not static. At a simple level, the equity you have in your building is the difference between its market value and what you owe on the loan. The price you originally paid and the amount you initially borrowed have nothing to do with your current equity....