EVANSTON, IL-A partnership of Crossbeam Capital LLC, based in Bethesda, MD and Houston-based Concierge Asset Management have purchased a 2-year-old apartment building here for less than $30 million just 45 days before the property went into foreclosure. The building, at 415 Howard St., was completed in 2008 at a cost of $58 million.

The idea for the 17-story, 221-unit building was first proposed in January 2004 by Bristol Chicago Development LLC, headed by developer William Walsh. At the time, city officials were wary of the building’s height and thought maybe condos should be considered instead.

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