Dream Town Realty Lists $8 Million Ritz Carlton Residence

CHICAGO, IL – 03-08-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Residential Specialist, Rachel Vecchio, Dream Town Realty, announces that she just listed an $8 million, one-of-a-kind home, at the Ritz Carlton Chicago Residences, 118 E Erie, Chicago, IL 60611.

The three-bedroom condominium occupies half the building’s 38th floor, featuring a lavish living room that opens onto a terrace with east, west and south views of the city.  Panoramic views are enjoyed from the home’s living room, dining room, den and terrace making it an incredible space for entertaining. The De Guilio kitchen features a six-burner dual oven Wolf range, Miele dishwasher, and two Sub-Zero refrigerators. The den has custom built-ins, including a Sub-Zero wine cooler and icemaker. A Creston smart home system controls the home’s audio, visual, window shades, and lighting.“The home’s upscale design, panoramic views and entertainment options, coupled with the Ritz Carlton’s commitment to luxury and service make it the perfect choice for a buyer drawn to the city’s growing tech and business scene,” said Rachel Vecchio.This Ritz Carlton branded residence enjoys the company’s gold standard of excellence, with an appealing combination of personal service and quality including concierge service, private dining, screening room, spa relaxation room, grand salon, billiard lounge, fitness center, and more.For specific listing information visit: http://118erie38l.com 

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