Stephanie Fedor

Phone: +1 (312) 618-1251

Stephanie's real estate clients benefit from her thorough knowledge of Chicago and her dedication to a high level of service and hospitality. She brings accountability, patience, hard work and creative solutions to every step of her clients' real estate transactions. Stephanie is a part of Urban Living Properties, a highly selective boutique brokerage of top agents with extensive local expertise in Chicago.

Stephanie has a thorough understanding of the different neighborhoods that constitute the world’s best city, but has come to focus on and appreciate the resurgence of the West Loop. It was love from her first bite of the bacon wrapped dates at Avec, to being on the opening team of renowned restaurants like Girl & The Goat and Aba - a recent culinary hit and rooftop sensation in the West Loop. Stephanie can help you navigate the dynamic real estate market in the West Loop ranging from rental properties in top apartment buildings, buying & selling brick & timber lofts in former factories, and access to trendy new construction luxury condos and off-market properties.

Stephanie grew up in Covington, Kentucky and started her career in sales at an early age. Working in business development after studying Journalism and Business at Indiana University in Bloomington, she learned the importance of providing powerful solutions to customer problems. Later, it was selling wine for a local wine distributor where she realized that doing what you say you are going to do and being there for your clients every step of the way is the best and only way to build trust.

When she’s not scouring the MLS for the latest and greatest properties for her clients, you can find Stephanie out and about in the neighborhood whether it's meeting with clients at WeWork, checking out books at the recently opened West Loop library across from the McDonalds HQ, sailing on Lake Michigan, catching a Blackhawks hockey game at the United Center, or discovering new and old restaurants around town and enjoying all the little things that make Chicago sparkle.