MUSEUM PARK AT CENTRAL STATION
The Enterprise Companies / Central Station Development Corp.
Best of 2008 Award, Best Project of the year, from Midwest Construction Magazine for One Museum Park East
Merit Award Finalist, from Chicago Building Congress for One Museum Park East
Good Neighbor Award, Residential New Construction, from Chicago Association of Realtors for Museum Park Place
Good Neighbor Award, Residential New Construction, from Chicago Association of Realtors for Museum Park Lofts I
309 Parking Spaces
9,000 SF Retail/Commercial
Located at the southern edge of Grant Park, across from Chicago’s Museum Campus, Museum Park is among the largest sub-developments within the 80-acre Central Station Planned Development. Situated within a former rail yard and warehouse district bordering Chicago’s Museum Campus, Lake Michigan and historic Grant Park, the property had the unique distinction of being the only lakefront land not included in the historic Daniel Burnham Plan. The area provided the unique opportunity to create a new urban infrastructure that responded to the rich historic context of Museum Campus while providing a springboard from which it could transition towards a modern architectural language. The modern residential lakefront community encompasses nearly 3,000 dwelling units, twelve high-rise buildings and multiple townhouse configurations.