The luxury brokerage Related Realty and developer Harbor Side Development just sold out their collection of seven new rowhouses in Chicago’s Prairie Avenue District, a historic district on the Near South Side Chicago.

Calumet Row’s brick-and-masonry homes were designed by architect Michael J. Leary and include four- and five-bedroom floor plans across two four-story buildings. The homes range in size from 3,500 to 4,800 square feet and fetched sale prices between $1.2 million and over $1.9 million. According to a statistic from a real estate data firm included in the Builder report, one of the homes brought in a record sales price for a single-family home in the district.

Rendering courtesy of Calumet Row

Wanting to “capture the grandeur of the old Prairie Avenue mansions while incorporating 21st-century upgrades,” the homes have high ceilings, oak hardwood flooring, open living and dining spaces, fireplaces, private terraces, and attached two-car garages. Kitchens and bathrooms have high-end appliances and finishes.

The community boasts proximity to the lakefront and Museum Campus.