How to choose a luxury condo in Chicago, 2018
By JASON KELLY | The Chicago TribuneIt is a sunny July afternoon in downtown Chicago.
It’s a sunny, sunny day.
And the sun is shining.
The sun is going to shine for another two days.
And we will see more of it.
The sunshine is the only thing that will keep us from going crazy, so we’re all about that.
I’m a homeowner in a condo complex in the heart of the city, in the neighborhood of downtown.
The neighborhood is mostly white, middle-class, affluent.
It is a big chunk of the downtown area, with many businesses and restaurants, bars and restaurants and bars and shops.
The condo is called the Comfort Suites.
Its a large, four-story, four bedroom, five-bathroom apartment complex with a private pool.
Its one of a handful of luxury condo complexes in the city.
I am the manager of the condo.
The suite has a pool, a gym, a sauna, a heated indoor basketball court and a private chef’s kitchen.
It also has a kitchenette, refrigerator, oven, microwave, oven and a refrigerator and oven, so you can get a big-screen TV and other stuff.
This is the condo’s kitchenette.
It has the microwave and oven.
The kitchenette is where the condo cooks the meals that are cooked for the tenants.
We get the food out of the oven.
The condominium cooks everything onsite.
We don’t have the amenities of other condos, but this is the closest we have to it.
We have a private bathroom.
We can wash up in the shower.
We don’t get water, so it’s not like you’re in a hot tub.
There are also two outdoor dining areas.
It feels like it is a little bit of a sanctuary.
There are also some private bedrooms that have a walk-in shower.
The condos have been here for 40 years, and there are about 50 residents in the units.
It would have been nice to have a lot more amenities, but we have a great condo, and I’m proud of it.
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