Dubin Residential Offers 4.9% Interest Rate and No Payments !
Dubin Residential is celebrating spring with its "Spring Fling" buyer incentive program in effect now through March 31 at The Shoemaker Lofts, a community of 175 loft residences on Chicago's northwest side. Buyers who purchase one of the new loft conversions will enjoy the following incentives:
§ A 4.9% 30-year fixed rate mortgage.
§ One free deeded parking space.
§ No mortgage, real estate tax, or assessment payments until January 2009.
Located at 3963 W. Belmont Avenue, The Shoemaker Lofts is a loft reuse of the former Florsheim Shoe Factory. Remaining homes measure 810 to 1,745 square feet, and include one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, and two-bedroom plus den designs; one to two baths; and balconies, per plan. Base prices range from the $199,900 to the mid $400,000s.
"To celebrate spring, we're providing buyers with the lowest historical fixed interest rates possible, as well as enhancing their home-buying value with a free parking space and no home payments until 2009," said Mike Kelahan, director of sales and marketing for Dubin Residential. "We want to get buyers excited about shopping for a new home at The Shoemaker Lofts. After all, this is the final opportunity for buyers to purchase in one of the last authentic loft buildings in Chicago."
Buyers can select from 19 remaining floor plans, which offer many choices in terms of square footage and layout. Several one-bedroom-plus-den floor plans remain, which are a smart choice for first-time buyers, singles or young couples, noted Kelahan.
In addition, buyers will find many two-bedroom floor plans offering either one or two bathrooms as well as the last few affordably priced one bedroom designs.
"The two-bedroom, one-bathroom residences are a great option for young couples or new parents who want extra space for their growing families," added Kelahan, "while the two-bedroom, two-bathroom lofts are perfect for roommates who rented together and are now ready to buy. The additional bathroom allows added privacy for each person."
No matter the floor plan, each loft residence at The Shoemaker Lofts features the characteristics of a genuine loft building, such as 11-foot concrete ceilings for openness and quiet, oversized 9-foot by 14-foot replica vintage windows providing unusually sunny interiors, and the character and uniqueness of exposed interior brick walls and ductwork. The vintage feel is enhanced with upscale urban finishes such as a stainless steel appliances, granite kitchen countertops and hardwood flooring.
In addition to the distinctive loft features, the building also offers the luxury and convenience of a doorman, resident fitness center, business center, meeting and community room, and a rooftop deck with views of the city skyline.
"On top of the amenities, high-end finishes and attractive pricing that The Shoemaker Lofts offers, we're excited to offer record-low permanent fixed interest rates to buyers this spring," said Kelahan. "This is a great opportunity for first-time, as well as experienced, buyers to lock in on low rates and save with lower payments for years to come before this community is sold out."
Further adding to the building's value, The Shoemaker Lofts is near two Metra train stations; close to the Belmont stop on the Blue Line ‘L'; in proximity to the Kennedy Expressway; and steps from major city bus routes.
The Shoemaker Lofts sales center is located at 3963 W. Belmont a half block east of Pulaski Road. To visit from Interstate 90/94, exit at either Kimball Avenue or Belmont Avenue. If exiting at Kimball, drive south to Belmont, turn right and drive approximately one mile west to the sales center. From Belmont, turn left off the exit and drive approximately one mile west to the sales center. For more information, visit http://www.mydubin.com/ or call (773) 283-LOFT.
Editor's Note: Building condominiums, townhomes and lofts in Chicago since the early 1990s, Dubin Residential has earned a reputation for quality and value. The company is currently developing more than 800 homes at communities throughout the city, such as The Wabash Club in the South Loop, McKinley Park Village in McKinley Park, The Shoemaker Lofts and Kilbourn Court on Chicago's Northwest Side, Welbourn Row in West Lakeview and The Lofts at Bridgeport Place in Bridgeport.