Check out the hottest properties on the market at these five events.
Charlie Trotter’s restaurant reception
Previews, Coldwell Banker’s luxury division, is staging an exclusive food-filled party to show off Charlie Trotter’s old space (above) as it hits the market. For one night only, Trotter alum Giuseppe Tentori, along with the BOKA group’s catering division, will oversee the kitchen. 816 W. Armitage; Coldwellbankerpreviews.com
Door County Midsummer’s Music Festival
This all-star chamber music series hosts a concert inside Wisconsin’s largest home, a Gatsby-esque manse listed with Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty. Gawk at 42 rooms, including the 2,300-square-foot salon housing the grandest of pianos, the Fazioli F308. July 17. $150, Ellison Bay, Wis., (920) 854-7088; Midsummersmusic.com
Music, Art and Drinks!
Logan Square’s next trendy, chef-driven restaurant just might be located at Prudential Rubloff Properties’ new Milwaukee Avenue listing. It goes on the market with a Latin-inspired art, music and a cocktail shindig for real estate insiders. July 26. 2450 N. Milwaukee; Rubloff.com
Salon Series Projects
Peruse FLATS’ next luxury rental property even before the paint dries. Stop by Salon Series Projects, the ground-floor tenant temporarily installed until construction ends on the buildings’ units. Next month, the series presents a salon-style fête, complete with food, drinks and a discussion with curator Tempestt Hazel. September 13. 1319 W. Wilson; Thesalonseries.com
Pop-Up Art Loop
Chicago Loop Alliance’s temporary exhibitions draw attention to available downtown properties, including the dreamy, old-timey 23 E. Madison storefront in the Jewelers Row District. On the next First Thursdays Gallery Walk, it features artwork by Dusty Rabjohn. August 1. 23 E. Madison; Popupartloop.com