We've heard all about the lavish finishes and 'classic dimensions' of the Ritz-Carlton Residences, but because the building is still under construction, we haven't had a very accurate visual of what the interior will look like. Last week, we received a press release announcing that Chicago-based designer Mick De Giulio will be working with buyers to design the kitchens in the 89-unit building. The Ritz's PR folks sent along these images of De Giulio's BeauxArts.02 collection, which is what'll be used in the Ritz. They do look rather impressive. The 40-story building is very nearly topped off now (in fact, the top floors have climbed out of view of the construction cam). First move-ins are scheduled for this fall.
· Complete Curbed coverage of the Ritz-Carlton Residences [Curbed Chicago]