As Chicago’s West Loop continues to evolve into one of the hottest neighborhoods to live, work, and play, the developer behind the area’s next major apartment tower has taken the wraps off of a fresh set of renderings showcasing its interiors and amenities. Related Midwest has released new information and images of “Landmark West Loop,” a 30-story building rising just north of the Eisenhower Expressway at 1035 W. Van Buren. Designed by New York’s Morris Adjmi Architects in collaboration with local architect of record GREC, the 300-unit high-rise sports a steel, brick, and glass facade as a nod to the West Loop’s industrial past.
Landmark’s newly-revealed interiors come from New York-based Reunion Goods & Services and include 12,000 square feet of amenity space. An outdoor deck atop its parking podium features a pool, spa, private cabanas, fire pits, grilling stations, and a private dog run. Meanwhile, indoor common areas include a game room, fitness center with yoga studio, demonstration kitchen, library, resident lounge, and communal work space.
With the tower expected to “top off” later this month and host its first residents as early as August, Related Midwest has also announced pricing for the building. Apartments ranging in size from 500 to 1,960 square feet will start at $1,650 per month for studios, $1,825 for convertibles, $2,150 for one-bedrooms, $2,925 for two-bedrooms with one-bath, and $3,295 for two-bedrooms with two-baths. Landmark’s six two- and three-bedroom penthouse units will be priced from $4,595 per month.
Convenient not only to the Eisenhower Expressway, Landmark is less than two blocks from the UIC-Halsted Blue Line station. Management is even throwing in a complimentary one-year membership with Chicago’s Divvy bike-share program for residents signing a 12 month lease in the building. More information can be found on the building’s website and a newly-opened leasing center 910 W. Van Buren.
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