4611 N. Lincoln Ave.
OWN AN ARCHITECTURAL GEM
This fabulous terra cotta facade was the last work of famed architect Louis Sullivan – the "Father of Modernism." Built in 1922 and totally renovated in 2007, this is the perfect building for an office, with apartment rental income in the highly-desired Lincoln Square neighborhood.
4611 N. LINCOLN AVENUE
Stunning, light-filled office space
Completely modernized interior
Peaceful Zen garden
National historic landmark
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own an architectural masterpiece!
Perfect for a small professional services office, or for live/work, or as an investment in Chicago’s rich architectural history.
Main floor office + basement: full kitchen & 2 baths (3,395 gsf)
Contemporary glass-enclosed & open offices w/ custom built-in furniture
2nd floor rental apartment (7 rooms / 1,635 gsf)
Landmark-approved for 3rd floor addition
Peaceful garden; 2-car parking
- Walk to CTA train and Metra. Vibrant Lincoln Square has restaurants, shops, farmer’s markets, movies, concerts.
Designations / Awards
Chicago Architectural Landmark
National Register of Historic Places
Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Award
Chicago Landmark Award for Preservation Excellence
AIA Illinois Honor Award
Featured in ...
Crain's Chicago Business: Coolest Chicago Offices
Open House Chicago
NPR / WBEZ
This is the last of 126 buildings designed by the great American architect Louis Sullivan, considered by many as the creator of the skyscraper. Sullivan was a pioneer of modern architecture, coining the phrase “form follows function”. His draftsman Frank Lloyd Wright called him “beloved master.”
Nationally-syndicated Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin described our building as "handsomely restored" with an interior that has "a fresh, modern look that is bracingly contemporary and deeply respectful of the original."
"By far the most powerful presence in the thriving Lincoln Square neighborhood."
Vibrant Lincoln Square
One of Chicago's most desirable neighborhoods, Lincoln Square has it all. Our building is walking distance to ...
coffeeshops, bars, retail shopping
restaurants (Argentine, Greek, French, Mexican, Dutch, Asian, southern fare)
health clubs & swimming pools
two farmer's markets
first-run movie theater
summertime street festivals, concerts in the park
large regional public library
16 acres of greenery in Welles Park
concerts & classes at Old Town School
- CTA train and Metra stations
“We’ve always been fans of stunning architecture and we love this neighborhood. So we couldn’t believe our luck in finding this gem in 2005. We wanted to do the renovation the right way without cutting corners, so we hired award-winning architects and the most committed contractor to create a light-filled, inspiring work environment. It was truly a labor of love for the whole team.
Now, after running our marketing communications firm here for 13 years, our working model has changed, and it’s time to look for the next owner who will take care of this precious piece of Chicago history.”
Peter & Pooja