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It seems that former Chicago P.D. star Sophia Bush is officially closing out her time in the Windy City. The actress and activist recently found a buyer to purchase her stunning industrial West Loop penthouse loft for $1.965 million, according to Variety. She’d originally bought the three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit for $1.6 million in 2015, and presumably called it home for the duration of her several-season run on the NBC series.
The top-floor unit is situated in a historic former warehouse building and spans an impressive 3,500 square feet, with access to a private rooftop deck. With its 12-foot timber ceilings, exposed brick walls, floor-to-ceiling duct pillars, and wide-plank wood floors, the penthouse still retains much of the warehouse’s original detailing. Of course, there are some decidedly modern additions, including a sleek, minimalist fireplace tucked under the TV in the skylight-topped main living room area. A formal dining area is situated a few steps away, and the open-plan kitchen, with its bespoke blue cabinetry and snow-white marble countertops, is clearly a focal point of the space.
The master suite is cavernous, stretching 28 feet, with gray-painted exposed brick walls, two walk-in closets, a dedicated sitting area, and a luxurious marble bathroom with a chandelier-topped deep-soaking tub and a separate glass-fronted steam shower. The two guest bedrooms are generously sized as well, and are connected via a Jack ’n’ Jill–style bathroom with a refreshingly playful green-patterned tile flooring. A third half-bathroom features a secret shower hidden behind a wallpapered panel. A brightly colored staircase leads from the main living area to the private roof deck, which boasts sweeping views of the city.
Aside from her property in Chicago, Bush is also the proud owner of a stylish 1950s contemporary in the Hollywood Hills, which she bought for just over $1.4 million more than a decade ago. She still calls that Los Angeles house home, and recently restored it with the help of her friend and business partner designer Lauren McGrady, with whom she co-owns design consulting firm Filles de Rincón.
Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest