Chicago Condo: One Museum Park
Building Address:1841 South Calumet, Chicago, IL 60605
- Units: 187
- Built: 2006
- Neighborhood: South Loop
- Pets Allowed: Yes
This building is currently under construction, but it's already turning heads for its height and elegant design. One Museum Park is currently the tallest building in Chicago's up-and-coming South Loop neighborhood, and it's the tallest all-residential tower in Chicago. Located at the southern tip of Grant Park where Indiana Avenue meets Roosevelt Road, One Museum Park is the anchor of the Central Station development, a small residential enclave that gets its name from the former rail terminal that once operated in the neighborhood.
The modern building is a 62-floor shimmering monolith with a swirling crown on the top. The benefit of the building's location is not just that residents have easy access to some of Chicago's best parks and museums, but because the building is bordered on two sides by Lake Shore Drive and Grant Park, it is guaranteed that the building's unparalleled sightlines of the downtown skyline and Lake Michigan will remain unobstructed. The building also features some of the best amenities of any condo building in Chicago, including a 24-hour doorman, indoor parking, concierge service, a fully-equipped fitness center, and even an outdoor swimming pool.