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Former Chicago Mercantile Exchange Chairman Lists Glencoe Mansion for $3.5 Million

Leo Melamed has put his mansion at Sunrise Circle on the market.

Former Chicago Mercantile Exchange Chairman Lists Glencoe Mansion for $3.5 Million Former Chicago Mercantile Exchange Chairman Lists Glencoe Mansion for $3.5 Million Former Chicago Mercantile Exchange Chairman Lists Glencoe Mansion for $3.5 Million Former Chicago Mercantile Exchange Chairman Lists Glencoe Mansion for $3.5 Million Former Chicago Mercantile Exchange Chairman Lists Glencoe Mansion for $3.5 Million Former Chicago Mercantile Exchange Chairman Lists Glencoe Mansion for $3.5 Million Former Chicago Mercantile Exchange Chairman Lists Glencoe Mansion for $3.5 Million Former Chicago Mercantile Exchange Chairman Lists Glencoe Mansion for $3.5 Million

Financial market innovator Leo Melamed has put his Glencoe mansion on the market for $3.5 million. 

The former Chicago Mercantile Exchange chairman told the Chicago Tribune that “ We’re at the time in our lives when all our friends have moved back downtown to the city, and we’re doing that as well. There’s nothing unusual about it.” 

Designed by Edward Dart, the mansion at 350 Sunrise Circle features seven bedrooms, four full and two half bath, an outdoor pool, pool house, two fire places, large dressing room and a three-car garage. 

The home, listed at $3,495,000 on the Hudson Company’s website, is just shy of joining two other Glencoe homes that recently sold for more than $4 million. 

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