7 Places In Chicago To Live A Luxurious Life

Korey Huyler | June 13, 2019 | Home & Real Estate

With a barrage of new luxury residences opening downtown in 2019, it can be hard to know where to start looking for your next home. We’re here to help: We’ve highlighted the most luxurious amenities at some noteworthy new buildings to help you break it down. Prepare to be wowed.

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The NanaWall

Located along the Chicago river, the iconic Wolf Point East will feature an indoor- outdoor pool with a retracting NanaWall to create a seamless indoor-outdoor dynamic with the expansive balcony. That’s just one of the many amenities planned for the third floor. Pre-leasing to begin summer 2019, 313 W. Wolf Point Plaza, wolfpointeast.com

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The Rooftop Club

The private rooftop club at 61 Banks Street features a glass-enclosed lounge area, library, kitchen and well-equipped fitness center. The space opens to a lushly landscaped roof terrace with an array of seating areas, two fire pits, and semiprivate dining and grilling stations with outdoor televisions. Monthly rent from $5,600, 61 Banks St., 61banksstreet.com

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The Sky Lounge

727 West Madison’s Sky Lounge offers an expansive vista from the building’s 45th floor. Fun fact: The two-bedroom penthouse will be the highest residence in the West Loop. Monthly rent $1,735-$7,480, 727 W. Madison St., 727westmadison.com

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Chef-Inspired Kitchens

Fifteen Fifty on the Park kitchens will include Sub-Zero, Wolf and Miele appliances. Cabinets are by O’Brien Harris, a Midwest-based maker of handcrafted, heirloom-quality cabinetry. $1.625-$5.85 million, 1550 N. Clark St., 1550onthepark.com

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Private Outdoor Space

All units at Eveq will have private balconies or terraces, with private terraces for all units on the top floor, which buyers can add on to for a customized space. $850,000-$1.235 million, 14 N. Bishop St., eveqwestloop.com

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A Curated Art Collection

Renelle on the River’s one-of-a-kind art collection features works from eight emerging Chicago artists selected by CNL Projects and Buzz Ruttenberg, founder of Belgravia (the building’s developer). $1.3-$3.2 million, 405 N. Wabash Ave., renellechicago.com

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Boutique Building

Superior House offers a boutique building plus extensive amenities like an entertainment lounge, a fitness center, an outdoor bar, a fire pit and a fenced-in dog run. From $1.54 million, 366 W. Superior St., superiorhouse.com



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Photography by: Courtesy of SteelBlue, Belgravia Group, Draper and Kramer Inc., Jim Tschetter, Golub & Company, 14 N. Bishop LLC, Ascend Real Estate Group