The Armitage Place Property was built in the 1960s, and it was rented out as apartments.
After a major rehabilitation project, the owner sold all the units individually as condominiums in 1996.

Our building was in the area of Chicago whose streets were raised in the 1850s.  This is why many Chicago residences appear below street grade.
Here is an article that explains the situation.


Each unit features an electronically secured parking space in back, a storage space, remote buzzer entrance with intercom, in-unit central heating/air-conditioning, state-of-the-art dishwasher, stove, and refrigerator. 
The location of the property is Bucktown, which is an excellent neighborhood for culture, shopping, nightlife, dining, and more.  It is half a mile from the Kennedy Expressway (I-90) and approximately three miles from Downtown Chicago.  It is also served by the Blue Line of the CTA (3 blocks away) and the #73 Armitage bus.