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Related Midwest Lists Turnkey, Designer-Furnished Model Condominium at Ultra-Luxury One Bennett Park in Chicago

November 13, 2020

Related Midwest today listed a custom-furnished, three-bedroom condominium on the 51st floor of its ultra-luxury residential tower, One Bennett Park, for $4.9M. The first and only high-rise in Chicago designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA), One Bennett Park has set an ambitious new standard of excellence for luxury living in downtown Chicago, housing a collection of sophisticated heirloom residences with best-in-class modern amenities, an array of white-glove services and sweeping vistas of Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyline.

Decorated as the building’s signature model, the newly-listed home is furnished by Bruce Fox Design, an award-winning Chicago-based interior designer with projects across the country, whose carefully crafted interior aesthetic drew upon maximalism principles to complement the home’s extraordinary views and RAMSA’s classic architecture. Fox’s artistic design for the home includes numerous pieces of vintage furniture and light fixtures, hand-painted wall coverings by Gucci and Phillip Jeffries, and original artwork, photography and accessories in every room. (A full listing of notable furnishings can be found here.)

“This model residence is the embodiment of Related Midwest’s vision for One Bennett Park to deliver homes of unparalleled design, merging the gracious floor plans and refined craftmanship of Robert A.M. Stern with an artistic, historically-inspired and sophisticated palette curated by Bruce Fox,” said Ann Thompson, senior vice president of architecture and design at Related Midwest. “With access to best-in-class building amenities and services, this one-of-a-kind residence, which lives like a single-family home in the sky, is sure to be treasured now and for generations to come.”

The 3,622-square-foot, southeast-facing condominium features views of Lake Michigan, the Chicago River and the city’s skyline from the home’s many oversized windows. The home includes a formal entryway, living room, dining room, kitchen, family room, three full bathrooms, powder room, primary bedroom suite with two walk-in closets, two additional bedrooms, laundry room and dedicated service entrance.

“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,” said Bruce Fox, president of Bruce Fox Design. “My selections for this home are infused with elements inspired by Adler and his sister, Francis Elkins, to create a richly layered composition with bespoke antiques and collectibles selected for the space to add character and depth.”

Opulent interior finishes include custom-painted, 11-foot ceilings with RAMSA custom-designed millwork and crown molding; rift and quarter-sawn, white-oak hardwood wide-plank flooring with herringbone pattern in select areas; Lutron motorized shades; and Snaidero customized closets. The kitchen features RAMSA-designed custom cabinetry and metal range hood; Perla Venato stone countertops and backsplash; and fully integrated and built-in Sub-Zero, Wolf and Asko appliances, including custom-paneled column refrigerator and freezer, wine storage and a five-burner gas cooktop. The home’s primary bath includes a RAMSA custom-designed double vanity; Statuario white, polished marble countertop and tile floor; mosaic-tile shower base; radiant floor heating; and a freestanding soaking tub.

This residence, along with other condominiums in the new-construction building, is exclusively listed by the Chicago office of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty.

“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,” said Tim Salm, vice president of Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty. “There’s nothing else like it on the market.”

The residential experience at One Bennett Park is enhanced by the building’s amenities, such as owner-exclusive spaces on the 41st floor that include an entertainment lounge with fireplace and adjacent grand terrace overlooking Lake Michigan; a billiards room with a custom table by Billards Toulet; a reservable private dining room and catering kitchen; and a cordial lounge with bar and wood-paneled lockers for storing spirits. Owners also enjoy access to a reservable spa suite with massage therapy room, a salon for hair and nail services, and a Pilates training room.

Additional building amenities include club-level fitness and wellness facilities with functional performance and training studios; a 60-foot indoor saltwater pool; a children’s play suite with prep kitchen; a lounge area with fireplace; and an entertainment suite with direct access to a 10,000-square-foot recreational deck with a limestone loggia, pool, fire pit lounges and grilling kitchens by Sub-Zero and Wolf.

The building’s flagship amenity is Bennett Park, an adjacent 2-acre neighborhood park designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates – landscape architect for Maggie Daley Park and The 606 trail – that features abundant native landscaping, a central lawn bowl, a children’s playground, two dog runs, pathways and shaded seating.

For more information on the listing, visit Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty or email Brad Brondyke at info@onebennettpark.com. To learn more about One Bennett Park, visit onebennettpark.com and for more information on Related Midwest, visit relatedmidwest.com.

About Related Midwest:

Related Midwest, the Chicago office of Related Companies, is the preeminent developer of luxury condominium and rental homes, affordable housing communities and mixed-use properties in Chicago. Known for its architecturally significant, market-defining projects, including 500 Lake Shore Drive, OneEleven and Landmark West Loop, Related Midwest is also recognized for its progressive leadership in five-star property management, historic preservation, environmental sustainability and community hiring.

The company’s current projects include One Bennett Park, a Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed ultra-luxury residential tower in Streeterville, with an adjacent park by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates; Lathrop, a historic mixed-income riverfront community on the North Side; and Roosevelt Square, a multi-phase, mixed-income community on the Near West Side. Related Midwest is also planning two of Chicago’s most anticipated developments: 400 Lake Shore Drive, located on the site of the former Chicago Spire project in Streeterville, where the Chicago River meets Lake Michigan; and The 78, a 62-acre, mixed-use neighborhood development — one of the largest real estate projects ever conceived in Chicago — that includes a half-mile of river frontage between the Loop and Chinatown. In the West Loop, the firm has proposed luxury residences for 900 W. Randolph St. in the neighborhood’s Fulton Market District. To learn more, visit www.relatedmidwest.com.

About Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty:

Leading residential brokerage firm Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty is the exclusive Chicagoland affiliate of the Sotheby’s International Realty global network. As real estate’s most celebrated luxury lifestyle brand, we offer unrivaled access to qualified people and distinctive properties around the world.

Our commitment to excellence reflects the Sotheby’s experience and the outstanding level of service that has been the global benchmark for three centuries. With access to cutting edge technology, research and marketing, we are able to provide our clients a customized approach to real estate that is unsurpassed in the industry. Armed with the most sophisticated resources and the built-in integrity, exclusivity, and global reach of the Sotheby’s International Realty brand, we are dedicated to artfully uniting extraordinary properties with extraordinary lives.

Sotheby’s International Realty was founded in 1976 as a real estate service for discerning clients of Sotheby’s auction house. Today, the company’s global footprint spans more than 1,000 offices located in 71 countries and territories worldwide, with 22,000+ associates in key markets. In February 2004, Realogy entered into a long-term strategic alliance with Sotheby’s, the operator of the auction house.

 

With decor by Chicago-based Bruce Fox Design, the living and dining room of residence 5106 features warm blush-colored walls, antiques, bespoke furniture and oversized windows looking out to Lake Michigan and the skyline.