One Of Chicago's Most Lavish New Residences Hits The Market

By Fiona Good-Sirota | April 21, 2021 | Home & Real Estate Feature Migration

The kitchen has custom cabinetry, Perla Venato stone countertops and backsplash, and builtin Sub-Zero, Wolf and Asko appliances PHOTO BY SCOTT FRANCES/COURTESY OF RELATED MIDWESTThe kitchen has custom cabinetry, Perla Venato stone countertops and backsplash, and builtin Sub-Zero, Wolf and Asko appliances

The only Chicago high-rise designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, One Bennett Park sets the precedent for luxury living with its carefully curated collection of heirloom residences. Now, discriminating buyers have the chance to own one of the building’s crown jewels: the three-bedroom, 3 ½-bathroom, 3,600-square-foot-plus model residence, a fully furnished corner home with southeast-facing paramount views of Lake Michigan, the Chicago River and the city’s skyline from its many oversize windows.


An Angele chandelier by Stephen Antonson and a French Louis Philippe burl walnut armoire circa 1840 stand out in the master bedroom. PHOTO BY SCOTT FRANCES/COURTESY OF RELATED MIDWEST
An Angele chandelier by Stephen Antonson and a French Louis Philippe burl walnut armoire circa 1840 stand out in the master bedroom.

The price is a cool $4.9 million, and the finishings certainly communicate multimillion-dollar tastes: The foyer features a Phillip Jeffries custom handpainted burlap wallcovering and a vintage 1950s brass and glass flush-mount ceiling fixture, while the powder room is accented with Gucci Heron print wallpaper in tourmaline rose and a vintage 1950s Austrian “snowball” crystal chandelier by Emil Stejnar for Rupert Nikoll. For a dining experience like no other, a Gabriel Scott Welles chandelier hovers above the custom vellum hide dining table and reupholstered dining chairs alongside a French rosewood art deco bar cabinet. Lounge at the custom velvet channeled sofa in the living room, complemented by custom framed canvas paintings by William McLure, Paul Caponigro, Roger Manley and more.


The residences boasts world-class finishes curated by the award-winning Bruce Fox Design PHOTO BY SCOTT FRANCES/COURTESY OF RELATED MIDWEST
The residences boasts world-class finishes curated by the award-winning Bruce Fox Design

“This is a rare turnkey opportunity to own a custom-designed, move-in-ready, new-construction home in one of Chicago’s most architecturally significant buildings, with world-class amenities and five-star, hospitality-level management and services. There’s nothing else like it on the market,” says Tim Salm, senior vice president of sales at Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty, which holds the listing.


There’s a new discovery in every room of the fully furnished residence at One Bennett Park. PHOTO BY SCOTT FRANCES/COURTESY OF RELATED MIDWEST
There’s a new discovery in every room of the fully furnished residence at One Bennett Park.

The living space’s interior design was the brainchild of Chicago’s Bruce Fox, complete with RAMSA custom-designed cabinetry and millwork; quartersawn white oak hardwood floors; Sub-Zero, Wolf and Asko appliances; Lutron shades; and award-winning furnishings and intricately curated design details.


The powder room pops with Gucci Heron print wallpaper and a vintage Austrian 1950s crystal chandelier by Emil Stejnar for Rupert Nikoll PHOTO BY SCOTT FRANCES/COURTESY OF RELATED MIDWEST
The powder room pops with Gucci Heron print wallpaper and a vintage Austrian 1950s crystal chandelier by Emil Stejnar for Rupert Nikoll

“As an art and architecture lover, I was immediately drawn to this building, and as a designer, I found inspiration in RAMSA’s perfectly executed details— from the herringbone tile in the lobby, reminiscent of David Adler, to the art deco-inspired design,” says Fox, the award-winning Chicago-based interior designer who combined collectibles, authentic artwork, bespoke antiques and collectibles alongside art deco-inspired, midcentury decor to complement stunning views of the city. 514 N. Peshtigo Court, info@onebennettpark.com; jamesonsir.com



Photography by: SCOTT FRANCES/COURTESY OF RELATED MIDWEST