Enjoy Mimosas at my Open House (1111 S. Wabash #2406!!!)

Open house Sunday, August 31st from 11am – 12:30pm (tomorrow!)

Be the first to see this awesome unit before it hits the market on Tuesday.

1 BR plus den/office, 1.1 bath corner unit.

Offered at 299,900 (including parking)

We are open tomorrow from 11-12:30.

Stop by the doorman and sign in. The doorman will direct you to the elevators.

First 5 people to attend will enjoy Complimentary Mimosas!

Hope to see you there!

Until then…

Shhhhhh….COOL pocket listing in HOT South Loop

Showings begin tomorrow (August 20th)!!!! Just went to check on the unit and it looks GREAT! New carpeting and freshly painted. Surrounded by a stunning view of the Chicago Skyline. Full amenity building (doorman, exercise room, dry cleaners, party room, sun deck, pool, etc). Everything at your fingertips (El, Trader Joes, Starbucks, Jewel, nightlife, college life, museum campus and much more) Contact me and get in before it goes public.

jenwaldmanrealestate

Hello there!

I hope you are all out enjoying the cool, yet gorgeous Chicago weather.  Just wanted to give you a heads up.  I have an exempt listing in the South Loop that will be ready for showings by Wed. August 20th.  This 1 BR+den, 1.1 BA has KILLER views from the 24th floor of the Chicago Skyline and Lake Michigan (featured image taken from the balcony).  Nicely appointed in a NEWER Building with New carpeting and fresh paint.  Fully loaded doorman building (exercise facility, party room, pool, sun deck, etc). Everything you can imagine at your fingertips (Trader Joe’s, Jewel, CTA, Restaurants, Columbia College, Museums…).

All this for under 300k INCLUDING a premium indoor parking spot.

Scheduled to go public after Labor Day, but showings to begin Wed. August 20th.

Contact me today for more information.  This one won’t last.  Get in before it goes live!!!

Until later….

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A Historical Fiction Reading List

LOVE historical fiction. Great list!

the many-headed monster

Laura Sangha

A recent mini-series has emerged on the monster, in which Mark (social history and the history of drinking), Jonathan (reformation history) and Brodie (economic history) have all shared the classic history books that they would take with them if marooned on a Pacific beach. But given that it is impossible to imagine anyone actually settling down with a cocktail and Joan Thirsk’s Economic Policy and Projects, and following an excellent suggestion by a monster reader, my list is comprised of some historical fiction that you might actually pop in your suitcase this summer.

Prologue

But first, I have to get something off my chest. My name is Laura, I am an early modern historian, and I didn’t like Wolf Hall. In fact, I couldn’t even finish it. I tried, several times, and eventually made it about 200 pages in, but my resolve faltered when…

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Shhhhhh….COOL pocket listing in HOT South Loop

Hello there!

I hope you are all out enjoying the cool, yet gorgeous Chicago weather.  Just wanted to give you a heads up.  I have an exempt listing in the South Loop that will be ready for showings by Wed. August 20th.  This 1 BR+den, 1.1 BA has KILLER views from the 24th floor of the Chicago Skyline and Lake Michigan (featured image taken from the balcony).  Nicely appointed in a NEWER Building with New carpeting and fresh paint.  Fully loaded doorman building (exercise facility, party room, pool, sun deck, etc). Everything you can imagine at your fingertips (Trader Joe’s, Jewel, CTA, Restaurants, Columbia College, Museums…).

All this for under 300k INCLUDING a premium indoor parking spot.

Scheduled to go public after Labor Day, but showings to begin Wed. August 20th.

Contact me today for more information.  This one won’t last.  Get in before it goes live!!!

Until later….

Robin Williams…goodnight Vietnam

I was truly saddened to hear of the passing of Robin Williams.  Even thought I did not know him personally, I felt as if I did (as I am sure a lot of you did).  I grew up with Mork and Mindy and adored Robin from the beginning…he had me at nanu nanu!

I hope your pain is gone and that you are at peace.  A genius at his craft and a caring human being. A loving husband and father.  What a tragic loss.

Please don’t wait until it is too late.  If you ever have feelings of despair…talk to someone…reach out…I hope that out of this tragedy comes more awareness. The only “danger” comes from silence.

Until later…goodnight Mork…RIP…