“Its new Streeterville tower is the tallest building topped off in Chicago since 2009.
CHICAGO—Related Midwest last week celebrated the topping off of One Bennett Park, the developer’s luxury residential tower at 451 E. Grand Ave. in Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood. The celebration, co-hosted with Lendlease, the project’s general contractor, included a lunch and raffle for more than 350 tradespeople who worked on the building. Rising 836 feet, One Bennett Park is the tallest tower topped off in downtown Chicago since 2009 and, upon completion, will be the tallest all-residential skyscraper in the city.”
Chicago’s Tallest All-Residential Building Inches Closer To Completion
One Bennett Park Streeterville Related Midwest topped off One Bennett Park in Streeterville, inching Chicago’s tallest all-residential building closer to completion. When completed in early 2019, One Bennett Park will rise to a height of 836 feet. It is the tallest building to top off in Chicago since 2009. Read more HERE. “Related Midwest topped off One Bennett Park in Streeterville, inching Chicago’s tallest all-residential building closer to completion. When completed in early 2019, One Bennett Park will rise to a height of 836 feet. It is the tallest building […]
Why Dogs And Their Millennial Humans Are Flocking To Chicago’s Streeterville Neighborhood
They make Instagram accounts for their dogs. They bring their dogs to brunch. They throw doggie birthday parties and weddings and spend a fortune on organic dog treats. So, it’s no surprise millennials are also choosing their homes based on dog-friendliness. Although Streeterville is known for its stunning high rises and big city feel, it is quickly becoming a millennial magnet because of its reputation as a dog-friendly haven. The number of pet-welcoming condos is multiplying, and the incredibly pedestrian-friendly neighborhood makes it easy for locals to walk the street […]
Top 5 Factors Influencing Millennials’ Real Estate Neighborhood Choice
Although millennials are buying property later in life than their parents did, they still have a pretty fixed idea about what they’re looking for in a home. Though this generation has a reputation for aversion to commitments, that couldn’t be further from the truth — they’re buying homes at an unprecedented rate. Millennials are driven, upwardly mobile, and, increasingly, looking to make a solid investment in homes for their families. But there are differences: For instance, being in a good school district, while a significant factor for their parents, is not […]