As you make your way down the highway on 290 or you’re out on the waters of Lake Michigan, you can see the sleek silver building, Legacy at Millennium Park has pierced its way into the Chicago sky. The 72 story high building is mixed use, with higher floors dedicated to residences, and lower ones operating as classrooms for the School of Art Institute of Chicago.
Right now the building is offering close out pricing for its units and free parking. Since the opportunity to buy is more enticing than ever reside360 wanted to highlight this residential building that was built ten years ago and is the thirteenth tallest skyscraper in Chicago.
Legacy’s architectural design from firm Solomon, Cordwell, Buenz, is purposely narrow, to offer more endless views of Lake Michigan, the Chicago skyline to the north, and Millennium Park. Aside from its slim profile, Legacy has many other enviable characteristics. On the 15 floor, the building has a large resident sundeck. On the 60, and 42, residents benefit from outdoor sky lounges. These are all accessibly regardless of what floor you call home. Amenities also include access to the University Club’s athletic facilities, an aquatic center, and multiple lounges.
Although the majority of the building is modern, the terracotta facades along Wabash Avenue pay homage to Chicago Landmark Jewelers Row District. Many buildings in in the district are protected under as a Chicago Landmark, so a resident can benefit from the views of Chicago’s historical architecture, but live in a building of modern design and use.
Some stand out amenities are:
Four bedroom units
9-foot ceilings in most living areas (higher ceilings in some plans)
Panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows
6-foot soaking tub
Separate shower with glass door
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