Chicago Building Database
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The original Randolph building, a three-story timber structure with a basement, was built by the Kennedy Baking Company in 1878. It was located on the northwest corner of Randolph and Carpenter, occupying about one-twelfth of the area of the current Randolph building. After a fire destroyed that building in 1881, the current Randolph building was built in 1884.
Luxurious, award-winning, and dramatic are just a few words to describe the breathtaking condos at 201 W. Grand, also known as the Contemporaine, in Chicago River North neighborhood. Finished in 2004, the condos at 201 West Grand boast an all glass and concrete exterior, which provides for a super-chic, contemporary design.
Just steps away from Whole Foods, SoNo condominiums at 860 West Blackhawk, are housed within a 28-story glass and concrete building designed by award-winning architect, Laurence Booth. Residents and guests enter into a dramatic contemporary lobby with 24-hour door staff.
600 North Fairbanks Court, Chicago, Il 60611
Designed by the internationally acclaimed architect, Helmut Jahn, 600 North Fairbanks is a 41-story condo tower which has been described as an elegant wedge of glass. 600 North Fairbanks condos feature glass, wood, and concrete that provides an exceptionally clean and modern environment.
Park Place Tower is a condo building in the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago. It is a 56-story high-rise with 901 condo units and a handful of awards under its belt. The official address of Park Place Tower is 655 W Irving Park Road, which is half a block from the Lakefront Trail and Lake Shore Drive. At 530 feet, it is Chicago's tallest residential building outside of the downtown area.