Discover one of downtown Chicago’s most diverse neighborhoods when you search South Loop real estate. If you’re looking to buy South Loop real estate, be sure to check out One Museum Park East an One Museum Park West (also known as The Grant). The two residential towers are part of the One Museum Park complex, which is the second tallest residential building in Chicago, after the Legacy at Millennium Park. One Museum Park East is 62 stories tall and has a plethora of high-end amenities open to residents. Work out at the fitness center, swim laps in the indoor pool, or relax at the sauna. Throw a party at the Owner’s Club, which is outfitted with a great space as well as a full-sized kitchen. Find condo units with one to three bedrooms and interiors complete with a balcony, floor to ceiling windows that offer gorgeous views of the city, and open concept floor plans.
One Museum Park West, aka The Grant, offers world-class amenities. In addition to a 24-hour concierge, residents can access the Related Personal Assistant, a Related Midwest team member. The personal assistant is available to help residents schedule anything from a dog walker to dinner reservations. Other building amenities include an indoor pool and sauna, and a fitness room, with new cardio machines and a weight room. Residents enjoy views of Grant Park and Lake Michigan while working out. Units at The Grant have two or three bedrooms, with full luxury interiors. Find top of the line appliances, wide-plank hardwood floors, high end carpeting, and spacious floor plans.
South Loop Chicago has plenty to offer residents. The Museum Campus includes many world-class institutions, like the Field Museum, the Shedd Aquarium, and the Adler Planetarium. Grant Park is another major attraction and hosts several popular festivals including Lollapalooza, Taste of Chicago, and the Chicago Blues Festival.
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