400 E. Randolph Condos For Sale

Search condos at 400 E. Randolph Chicago IL 

Interested in seeing what's on the market at 400 E. Randolph, located at 400 E Randolph in Chicago's New Eastside neighborhood? View 400 E. Randolph condos for sale below or contact us now to schedule a showing of the building and any of its available units. 

Search 400 E. Randolph Condos For Sale September 24, 2020
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Inside 400 E. Randolph Condos For Sale 

400 E. Randolph is one of the more established condo towers in Chicago’s New Eastside and was originally built back in 1963. Infrequently called Outer Drive East, 400 E. Randolph was actually named the world’s largest apartment building when first built, and today, it still houses 955 units across its 40 stories. 400 E. Drive condos for sale offer wide-ranging views thanks to the building’s T-shape design. Some lucky residents inside 400 E. Randolph enjoy awesome views of the lake, while others get a better look at Millennium Park or the surrounding cityscape. In terms of location, it really doesn’t get much better than 400 E. Randolph. A 2-story Mariano’s grocery store is just a couple blocks away, while Michigan Avenue, the lakefront, and several prominent parks are also well within walking distance. 

Lifestyle Amenities at 400 E. Randolph 

The collection of lifestyle amenities at 400 E. Randolph is actually quite impressive for a building that was built back in the 1960s. There’s a domed indoor swimming pool residents here absolutely love, and you’ll also find a bike room, sauna, sundeck, exercise room, common laundry facilities, a party room and resident lounge, and even a racquetball and basketball court. There’s also a dry cleaner, hair salon, food mart, and a restaurant / bar on-site as well. Garage parking is leased at 400 E. Randolph and pets are also welcome!

400 E. Randolph Condo Prices 

If you love Chicago’s New Eastside neighborhood, 400 E. Randolph can be an affordable way to move to the area. Entry-level pricing at 400 E. Randolph starts just under $200,000 for a studio and even one-bedrooms just at just over $200,000. Larger units with a couple bedrooms usually price anywhere from $400,000 to over $500,000.