The Murano Is Selling Like High-Rise Hotcakes

murano sample room

It’s the final sale phase of the Murano, the 43-story residential skyscraper designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz and Associates of Chicago. Developed by Thomas Properties and P&A Associates, the Murano saw some tough times during the Great Recession, but the duress is clearly over. Since Oct. 21st, seven units have sold — ranging from $555,000 for a 1,100-square-foot one-bedroom to $1.5 million for a 2,350-square-foot three-bedroom.

Looks like there are still about 20 units left on the market, with garage parking as an option for $35,000.


Here are the photos the building is using to sell the remaining units in the final phase.


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