1600 Museum Park


The Enterprise Companies / Central Station Development Corp.

Chicago, Illinois

264 Units
32 Stories
277 Parking Spaces
525,500 GSF

A soaring cantilever of glass and concrete defines the leading edge of the building’s lakefront facade, culminating in an open air roof portal at the summit. The base incorporates a series of horizontal glass panels, the random coloring of each forming part of a complex and unique visual pattern. Vertical concrete framing at the corners of the tower elegantly define the middle section of each facade. Each of these facades are specifically designed to respond to their own unique city and water views, allowing the character of the building to continually change as one moves around it. The roofline has been sculpted into a series of smaller elements that both give importance to the building’s lakefront gesture and create outdoor spaces for swimming pools and deck areas.
(also known as: Adler Place)

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