14 W Superior Street #4803Chicago, IL 60654
Welcome to One Chicago - 77 visionary homes in the sky, starting on the 44th floor, with spectacular city and lake views. Merging the exclusive neighborhoods of the Gold Coast and River North, One Chicago offers a whole new perspective on city living, just blocks from the lakefront at State and Superior. The covered motor court with dedicated valet marks the beginning of an elegant arrival sequence. An exclusive door team is there to welcome residents and guests to the hands-free elevators, which lead to residences with secure Latch Hardware entry systems. A sense of light and space in the open plan living area reveals awe-inspiring views and finishes, such as wide plank European oak wood floors, custom stepped ceiling details and full height windows. A custom-designed O'Brien Harris kitchen lies at the heart of each residence. Generous dimensions and natural finishes allow for a peaceful sleep in the bedrooms, equipped with Ketra circadian lighting. Clean lines and luxurious finishes are the hallmark of every bathroom. Primary baths are sleek and flawless, offering floor-to-ceiling slab porcelain, custom-built vanities with lit mirrors and Kalista fixtures. Oversized showers are complemented with cantilevered benches, recessed storage niches, fog-free shave mirrors and effortlessly controlled with Kohler's DTV electronic, programmable system. Generous setbacks allow for uniquely large terraces, including the private ownership amenity deck. Residents will enjoy an exclusive membership to Life Time Athletic Resort and Spa's diamond level private club. Everyday fine dining, and a flagship Whole Foods are at the ground level. One Chicago offers a refined, beautifully appointed way of living in Chicago's most desirable neighborhood. With a wealth of amenities and an elegant approach to design, these residences offer the quiet tranquility of a private retreat with all the excitement of a city address.
|3 days ago||Listing updated with changes from the MLS|
|7 months ago||Listing first seen online|