Smithfield Properties announced that sales have started for 26 luxury condominiums at 400 West Huron, a 15-story boutique building at the corner of Huron and Sedgwick streets. Chicagoans know the location as the site of the former Scoozi restaurant, one of the dining destinations that put River North on the map in the 1980s.
400 West Huron will feature two-to-four bedroom residences with 2,144 to 4,931 square feet. Prices range from $1.25 million to $4 million, including fully-enclosed private two- or three-car garages.
The building boasts a bold, contemporary design from Berkelhamer Architects and refined interiors including marble flooring in living areas, Valcucine cabinetry and solid surface counters. Homeowners will also have access to a full slate of upscale amenities including a 24-hour doorman, fitness center, climate-controlled wine storage, and heated dog run.
Smithfield Properties first made its mark on the River North neighborhood in the early 2000s with Erie on the Park and Kingsbury on the Park. Other notable projects by Smithfield include 30 West Oak in the Gold Coast and SoNo in Lincoln Park.
“Smithfield is one of Chicago’s most innovative residential developers,” said Thaddeus Wong, co-founder of Chicago-based @properties, the exclusive sales and marketing agent for 400 West Huron. “[Smithfield founder and president] Bill Smith embraces his role as a tastemaker and is obsessive about design and construction details. His projects take on an iconic status, and we’re confident 400 West Huron will achieve similar prominence in River North.”
A sales center and furnished model for 400 West Huron are located on site. Sales center hours are Saturday and Sunday 12 to 5 PM and by appointment. For more information, visit www.400WHuron.com or call 312-703-0400.