222 N. Columbus, Chicago, 60601
The Park Millennium started life as an apartment building, but was converted to condos in 2005. Just north of Millennium Park and a block off of the Magnificent Mile, the Park Millennium is convenient to the Loop for work, and offers easy access to Grant Park, the harbor, Navy Pier, and Streeterville. The building offers many amenities besides its location, including a connection to the Pedway so you don't have to brave the wind and snow.
Some of the amenities include a two-lane lap pool, fitness center, business center (with computers, fax, and printer), conference rooms, a grocery store and dry cleaners located in the building, an ATM on the first floor, and a 24-hour doorman. A bike room is provided, and basic cable with several premium channels is included for each unit. The Club Room includes a private dining room, full kitchen, and big-screen TV, and may be reserved for private functions. If you conduct business from home, you can make use of the conference rooms. Furry friends will appreciate the dog run.
The building has fiber internet connection, with several different options depending on how fast you need your internet to be. Individual units have their own washer/dryer sets, but there are also commercial size laundry machines on the first floor. Maintenance is available 24/7. Parking is available in an adjacent garage (separate lease). The outdoor terrace has grills for resident use.
In addition, residents receive movie ticket discounts for AMC movie theatres, and packages and deliveries can be accepted on a resident's behalf. The management office is on-site and has both early morning and evening hours for convenience. Storage options are available.
The building offers several green features, including motion sensors to activate lights in less-used areas like the locker rooms, a recycling program (including electronics recycling), timers for the pool lights, and automatically decreasing the building's electricity uage during times of peak demand in the region.
Owneres in the building are troubled. With 480 units in the building as of April 10, 2012 there were 20 units in foreclosure, 14 of which were delinquent in their assessments. 55% of the units were being rented out, though the association passed a rule about a year ago that set a 20% cap on rentals. However, existing owners were grandfathered and not subject to the cap.
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