Westgate in Mount Prospect Converted to Condominiums

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), September 6, 1996 | Go to article overview

Westgate in Mount Prospect Converted to Condominiums


Westgate Apartments at 280 N. Westgate Road, Mount Prospect, has joined the ranks of condominium ownership.

The richly landscaped, 126-unit building with a fountain pond at its east entry, is being converted from rental to condominium ownership under the direction of Equity Marketing Services, Inc. The multi-faceted residential sales and marketing organization has provided services for more than 90 residential developments in 15 states, including luxury condominium developments and conversions, resort communities, golf course communities and single- and multi-family developments.

Current and recent Chicago-area condominium marketing programs directed b Equity include: The Transportation Building at 600 S. Dearborn St., The Park Shore at 195 Harbor Drive, The Bancroft at 400 E. Ohio St., 1700 E. 56th Street Condominiums opposite the Museum of Science and Industry, 3400 N. Lake Shore Drive and Barclay Place in Lincolnwood.

"The conversion of Westgate Apartments into Westgate of Mount Prospect Condominiums is a wonderful opportunity for first-time buyers as well as empty nesters to take advantage of the economic as well as leisure-time benefits of maintenance-free ownership," exclaims Cheryl Bancroft, executive vice president of Equity.

"Not only is this a beautiful property, it offers exceptional value. It is in a choice location that new construction can't compete with and construction costs were a lot lower when it was developed in 1976," Bancroft explains.

The mix of residences at Westgate Condominiums includes 62 one-bedroom, one-bath homes; 48 two-bedroom, 1-1/2-bath plans, and 16 two-bedroom, two-bath plans.

One-bedroom homes are priced from $64,900 to $72,000 while the two-bedroom layouts run from $78,900 to $97,900. Prices and availability are subject to change without notice.

The renovation program includes installing new kitchens, new carpeting, repainting interiors and balconies and installing vertical blinds in each unit. …

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