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Roundy's CEO Bob Mariano and wife buy second condo in Palmolive Building

Roundy's CEO Bob Mariano, who is known for his namesake grocery chain, and his wife, Nina, have placed another Streeterville condo in their shopping cart, paying $750,000 on May 19 for a one-bedroom unit on the sixth floor of the Palmolive Building.

The 1,146-square-foot condo is the second unit the Marianos, who live in Inverness, have purchased in the Palmolive Building. In 2014, Nina Mariano paid $1.05 million for a two-bedroom, 2,000-square-foot unit on the fifth floor.

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Now, through a Delaware limited liability company, Bob and Nina Mariano have expanded their holdings in the Palmolive with their sixth-floor purchase. The four-room unit has one bath, large windows, 10-foot ceilings, 4-inch white oak floors throughout and a kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances.

The unit was listed for $759,000.

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Pamela Sage of Baird & Warner, who represented the Marianos, confirmed the purchase, calling it an investment property.

"It was an opportunity to buy an investment property in a building they love," Sage told Elite Street.

Bob Goldsborough is a freelance reporter.



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