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Old June 18th, 2005, 07:18 AM   #261
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I am wondering if the 80-story tower starts at upper street level or pit level? The height from pit level to upper street level is 100 ft. For instance, BCBSIL building lists at 511ft at the pit level and 411 ft at the upper Randolph level.
If that is a case, we are looking at the tower's height which starts at pit level including mechanical floor and/or tower headcrown at potentially 925 ft tall. Of course, the spire is not included.
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Old June 18th, 2005, 08:29 PM   #262
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June 17, 2005
Chandler opens in Lakeshore East
The developers of Lakeshore East opened sales for the Chandler – the fifth new highrise to be announced in the $4 billion mixed-use community – just as the first tower to be completed there reached the 98 percent sold mark.

Magellan Development Group and NNP Residential & Development have begun selling condos at the planned 286-unit tower with residences priced from the $190s for a 582-square-foot studio to $1.7 million for a 3,215-square-foot three-bedroom.

The centerpiece of the 35-story Chandler is the Shore Club, which features a fitness facility with an indoor rooftop pool, two landscaped rooftop decks, a private party room and a media room. The building also will have 10,000 square feet of retail space and indoor parking.

The Chandler is scheduled for completion in 2007, while construction on the nearly sold-out Lancaster was completed in December of 2004.

The massive new community sits between Randolph and Wacker west of Lake Shore Drive, on 28 acres of Illinois Center land. Eventually, Lakeshore East will include nearly 5,000 homes as well as a new elementary school, 770,000 square feet of retail space and 1,500 hotel rooms in what’s being billed by development partners Magellan Development Group and Near North Properties as a “village within the city.” The six-acre park at the center of the development was recently completed and has wireless Internet access.

The four remaining Lancaster units include one- and two-bedroom floor plans and a duplex penthouse, priced from the $430s to the $900s. The building has 24-hour door staff, indoor parking, a fitness center, a rooftop sun deck and a party room.

Other current Lakeshore East projects include the Regatta, a 44-story condominium tower slated for completion in mid-2006; the Shoreham, a 550-unit apartment tower that will be completed in April 2005; and 340 on the Park, a 348-unit condominium building developed by LR Development in a joint venture with Magellan Development Group and NNP Residential & Development.

Benefiting from interest in other towers and the new community in general, the Chandler already has strong momentum, according to Joel Carlins, president of Magellan Development Group.

“The market’s response to the Lakeshore East community has been overwhelming,” Carlins said. “Our waiting list for The Chandler reached 400 before we even began marketing.”

Loewenberg & Associates is the managing architectural firm, with building design by DeStefano & Partners and interior design by Robert Pope Associates. In keeping with the modern look of the Lancaster, the Chandler
will feature a glass-heavy façade with a graceful curve and a segmented design that breaks up the building’s scale.

The Parkhomes, low-rise housing surrounding the central park, are expected to be announced soon at Lakeshore East, www.LakeshoreEast.com.
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Old June 19th, 2005, 04:06 AM   #263
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the Shoreham, a 550-unit apartment tower that will be completed in April 2005
Not sure why they're referring to April as if it were the future, given that this articule is, supposedly, from yesterday. At any rate, if April was their target, they missed it pretty badly. I was just at the site yesterday and they're still not complete with the southwest corner of the building (it lacks any type of glass or facade treatment for about half of the vertical rise).
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Speaking of The Chandler and Lakeshore East, I took a stroll into the sales center today, and I got confirmation that the school has been removed from the park. It will be placed in the nook between The Shoreham and The Lancaster. The Chandler is already 70% sold


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I am wondering if the 80-story tower starts at upper street level or pit level? The height from pit level to upper street level is 100 ft. For instance, BCBSIL building lists at 511ft at the pit level and 411 ft at the upper Randolph level.
If that is a case, we are looking at the tower's height which starts at pit level including mechanical floor and/or tower headcrown at potentially 925 ft tall. Of course, the spire is not included.
The floor count starts from upper Columbus and that's where the measured height that counts is taken from.
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"If that is a case, we are looking at the tower's height which starts at pit level including mechanical floor and/or tower headcrown at potentially 925 ft tall. Of course, the spire is not included."


Chi_Coruscant,

Where did you get this height figure and spire idea? BVictor hasn't told us anything yet.
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Old June 19th, 2005, 08:10 AM   #266
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BVictor: 70% sold at the Chandler? Amazing! Hope the construction starts this year.

2PRUROCKS: I was just doing the numbers game on the height of Gang design. For instance, 100ft (pit level to upper street level) plus 800 ft (80 storys *10ft/story) plus 25 ft (mechanical floors and/or headcrown). That's how I come up as 925 ft tall. Of course, I could be wrong.
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I think it's a pretty reasonable way to guesstimate.
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Old June 19th, 2005, 05:56 PM   #268
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Speaking of The Chandler and Lakeshore East, I took a stroll into the sales center today, and I got confirmation that the school has been removed from the park. It will be placed in the nook between The Shoreham and The Lancaster.
The school placement should add to the overall streetscape integrity while leaving the park and site "uncluttered." Cool move.
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Old June 20th, 2005, 11:00 AM   #269
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Here is what the model for The Chandler looks like. I took these photos Saturday afternoon.

The northern facade.


Looking west.


Looking northwest. I hadn't noticed it before, but it looks as if there will be a secondary small park between the eastern set of buildings.


The southern facade.


There is a 35th floor amenities level that has a swimming pool. Also the height for this building is going to be quite wierd, because it's going to be measured from the upper levels, so while visually it will seem to be shorter than The Shoreham, technically it might be taller, because The Shoreham is measured from the park level.
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Great shots of the Chandler, BVictor! I notice, in 3rd pix which is "looking northwest", there is a row of townhouse. Is that the Parkhomes? Looks like they are the next items after the Chandler.
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Is that the Regatta in the background of the third pic? If so, it's a helluva lot taller than I thought it'd be!
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Great shots of the Chandler, BVictor! I notice, in 3rd pix which is "looking northwest", there is a row of townhouse. Is that the Parkhomes? Looks like they are the next items after the Chandler.
Yes, the those townhouses are the parkhomes, they've been taken off of the market for now though, the interiors are being redesigned, or so I was told. I think that the exteriors will remain unchanged.

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Is that the Regatta in the background of the third pic? If so, it's a helluva lot taller than I thought it'd be!
Yeah, that's The Regatta.
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For Immediate Release
July 5, 2005

For More Information
Tricia Van Horn, 312/943-2100
Sharon Kotas, 312/943-2100
Larry Schaffel, 2312/642-8869


MAYOR DALEY TO HEAD DELEGATION AT JULY 16
DEDICATION OF PARK AT LAKESHORE EAST


Mayor Richard M. Daley will head a delegation of city officials and community leaders formally dedicating the celebrated park at Lakeshore East Saturday morning, July 16.

Joining Mayor Daley on the podium will be Alderman Burton F. Natarus and Timothy J. Mitchell, superintendent and CEO of the Chicago Park District.

The public is invited to the 10 a.m. ceremony, which will be followed by a variety of activities including plant and herbal demonstrations, yoga and tai chi performances and tours of the multi-faceted park conducted by Master Gardeners of the University of Chicago.

The only public park ever developed by private enterprise in Chicago, the 6-acre park was recently added to the Office of Special Events’ 2005 list of Great Chicago Places and Spaces.

The park, designed by distinguished landscape architect James Burnett in collaboration with Ernie Wong and Chicago-based Site Design Group, is the centerpiece of the 28-acre Lakeshore East and was conceived as the front yard for the thousands of people who will be living and working in a neighborhood that is fast becoming one of the city’s crown jewels.

The largest of multiple planned landscaped areas with strong connections to the neighborhood's waterfront environment at the juncture of Lake Michigan and the Chicago River, the park features a colorful, enclosed children’s playground, a fenced dog park, numerous cascading fountains, and extensive seating. The nautical theme created by Lakeshore East co-developers Magellan Development Group and NNP Residential & Development also pays tribute to the fact that the site of the community once was actually a thriving port in the city’s evolution.

A botanical garden showcases more than 100 species of annual and perennial plants as well as 500 trees of 20 varieties. Visitors to the dedication ceremony will receive botanical guides that identify the gallery of plant life.

Though it won't be evident during the event, at night meticulously designed illumination highlights the park's winding pathways and impressive grand staircase entry from Randolph Street with backlighting that adds a mystical glow to the waters flowing
through what ultimately serves as a peaceful urban oasis.

Ideally situated steps from Michigan Avenue, Lakeshore East is believed to be the largest parcel of downtown land under development in a major U.S. city. This $4 billion mixed-use development in the rapidly growing New East Side incorporates all the elements of a traditional city neighborhood, including homes, retail, recreational opportunities and community amenities such as a planned public elementary school just north of the city’s acclaimed new Millennium Park.

With completion still eight to 10 years away, Lakeshore East already has received several awards, including a National Honor Award for excellence in urban design from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for its master plan.

Prior to its transformation to the most vibrant new community in Chicago, the Lakeshore East site has served as a transshipment port serving Chicago’s growing economy in the mid 19th century, an Illinois Central railroad freight yard and terminus and, most recently, a par-3, nine-hole urban golf course.

The Lakeshore East plan allows for the construction of up to 4,950 residences, a magnificent 6-acre public park, 2.2 million gross square feet of commercial space, 1,500 hotel rooms, 770,000 square feet of retail space and a proposed 400-student public school. Phase I — which includes construction of roadways, utilities, infrastructure and initial residential buildings — is nearing completion. The developers will maintain ownership and design influence of all 28 acres to ensure a unified vision as Lakeshore East unfolds.
Residential developments at Lakeshore East currently include The Lancaster, the community's first completed condominium building, a 29-story building now substantially occupied; The Shoreham, a 46-story apartment tower nearing completion and partially occupied; The Regatta, a 44-story condominium building, also under construction; and 340 On The Park, a 62-story condominium tower under construction.

Pre-construction sales are now under way for The Chandler; a 35-story condominium building that will provide 286 more condominium homes. And the much-anticipated Parkhomes at Lakeshore East, bordering the new public park, are expected to be brought to market soon. All are experiencing an outstanding market response, reports the developer.

The entry to the park is from upper Randolph Street at Field Blvd., two stop signs east of Michigan Avenue. For additional information, about the park dedication, please telephone 312-943-2100, ext. 405, or visit the Web site, www.Lakeshoreeast.com.
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Also.......

The Markets at Lakeshore East - Sunday, July 17, 2005
Join Alderman Burton F. Natarus as he commemorates the new Markets at Lakeshore East, located on Park Drive, in the Southwest Corner
of the Park at Lakeshore East.

And join us every Sunday from 8:00 am -1:00 pm throughout the summer. Come show your support and keep this exciting outdoor marketplace open all summer long!

For more information call 312.440.8500 ext. 380

(www.lakeshoreeast.com)
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Damn!, The Regatta looks way taller than it looks like in the rendition!
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For Immediate Release
July 5, 2005

For More Information
Tricia Van Horn, 312/943-2100
Sharon Kotas, 312/943-2100
Larry Schaffel, 2312/642-8869


MAYOR DALEY TO HEAD DELEGATION AT JULY 16
DEDICATION OF PARK AT LAKESHORE EAST


Mayor Richard M. Daley will head a delegation of city officials and community leaders formally dedicating the celebrated park at Lakeshore East Saturday morning, July 16.

Joining Mayor Daley on the podium will be Alderman Burton F. Natarus and Timothy J. Mitchell, superintendent and CEO of the Chicago Park District.

The public is invited to the 10 a.m. ceremony, which will be followed by a variety of activities including plant and herbal demonstrations, yoga and tai chi performances and tours of the multi-faceted park conducted by Master Gardeners of the University of Chicago.

The only public park ever developed by private enterprise in Chicago, the 6-acre park was recently added to the Office of Special Events’ 2005 list of Great Chicago Places and Spaces.

The park, designed by distinguished landscape architect James Burnett in collaboration with Ernie Wong and Chicago-based Site Design Group, is the centerpiece of the 28-acre Lakeshore East and was conceived as the front yard for the thousands of people who will be living and working in a neighborhood that is fast becoming one of the city’s crown jewels.

The largest of multiple planned landscaped areas with strong connections to the neighborhood's waterfront environment at the juncture of Lake Michigan and the Chicago River, the park features a colorful, enclosed children’s playground, a fenced dog park, numerous cascading fountains, and extensive seating. The nautical theme created by Lakeshore East co-developers Magellan Development Group and NNP Residential & Development also pays tribute to the fact that the site of the community once was actually a thriving port in the city’s evolution.

A botanical garden showcases more than 100 species of annual and perennial plants as well as 500 trees of 20 varieties. Visitors to the dedication ceremony will receive botanical guides that identify the gallery of plant life.

Though it won't be evident during the event, at night meticulously designed illumination highlights the park's winding pathways and impressive grand staircase entry from Randolph Street with backlighting that adds a mystical glow to the waters flowing
through what ultimately serves as a peaceful urban oasis.

Ideally situated steps from Michigan Avenue, Lakeshore East is believed to be the largest parcel of downtown land under development in a major U.S. city. This $4 billion mixed-use development in the rapidly growing New East Side incorporates all the elements of a traditional city neighborhood, including homes, retail, recreational opportunities and community amenities such as a planned public elementary school just north of the city’s acclaimed new Millennium Park.

With completion still eight to 10 years away, Lakeshore East already has received several awards, including a National Honor Award for excellence in urban design from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for its master plan.

Prior to its transformation to the most vibrant new community in Chicago, the Lakeshore East site has served as a transshipment port serving Chicago’s growing economy in the mid 19th century, an Illinois Central railroad freight yard and terminus and, most recently, a par-3, nine-hole urban golf course.

The Lakeshore East plan allows for the construction of up to 4,950 residences, a magnificent 6-acre public park, 2.2 million gross square feet of commercial space, 1,500 hotel rooms, 770,000 square feet of retail space and a proposed 400-student public school. Phase I — which includes construction of roadways, utilities, infrastructure and initial residential buildings — is nearing completion. The developers will maintain ownership and design influence of all 28 acres to ensure a unified vision as Lakeshore East unfolds.
Residential developments at Lakeshore East currently include The Lancaster, the community's first completed condominium building, a 29-story building now substantially occupied; The Shoreham, a 46-story apartment tower nearing completion and partially occupied; The Regatta, a 44-story condominium building, also under construction; and 340 On The Park, a 62-story condominium tower under construction.

Pre-construction sales are now under way for The Chandler; a 35-story condominium building that will provide 286 more condominium homes. And the much-anticipated Parkhomes at Lakeshore East, bordering the new public park, are expected to be brought to market soon. All are experiencing an outstanding market response, reports the developer.

The entry to the park is from upper Randolph Street at Field Blvd., two stop signs east of Michigan Avenue. For additional information, about the park dedication, please telephone 312-943-2100, ext. 405, or visit the Web site, www.Lakeshoreeast.com.

So basically this dedication is one year to the day of the dedication of Millennium Park...

The core of 340 on the Park should be popping up over upper Randolph within the next couple of weeks.
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I can't seem to find any good pictures of this park. Also, is it true that the "Market" is opening soon? I thought that wasn't yet online... And how in the world are they going to justify the surely neotraditional style of the parkhomes in this setting? Man I wish they would be creative with the parkhomes.
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I can't seem to find any good pictures of this park. Also, is it true that the "Market" is opening soon? I thought that wasn't yet online... And how in the world are they going to justify the surely neotraditional style of the parkhomes in this setting? Man I wish they would be creative with the parkhomes.
There's nothing wrong with the design of the Parkhomes.
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I took these photos of the park a little more than a month ago.

Looking up the Grand Staircase.




Looking east across one of the water features.


When you got to go, you got to go...




The one of the waterfeatures.


Looking southwest across the park from between The Lancaster and The Shoreham.


A scattering of evergreens located throughout the park.
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APARTMENT HUNT
A brand-new tower in a growing enclave

By Annemarie Mannion

Special to the Tribune
Published July 10, 2005

Have you ever wanted to reap the benefits of being a pioneer in an emerging neighborhood? Try Lakeshore East.

Though you certainly won't find the rock-bottom prices that risk-takers did in Lincoln Park 30 to 40 years ago, you won't have to worry about tearing out walls and rehabbing, either.

Further, you can test the waters without buying because the second building to open there is the Shoreham at Lakeshore East, a 548-unit apartment tower. Though it's scheduled to be completed in September, it already has 100 tenants, according to management.

The 46-story building with a cream-colored concrete facade is among a number of residential buildings, most of them condominiums, planned or under construction in the 28-acre development that's bounded by East Wacker Drive, Randolph Street, Columbus Drive and Lake Shore Drive. Plans for the area also include houses and townhouses.

It appears that the only struggle pioneering residents may have is getting to a supermarket, though the Treasure Island at 680 N. Lake Shore Drive, Fox & Obel at 401 E. Illinois St., and a Jewel at State Street and Grand Avenue are less than a mile away. Retail is planned later for Lakeshore East.

The building is next to a condominium tower under construction. Both overlook a 6-acre park being dedicated to the city this month.

Seen from the Shoreham, the park has emerald green spaces in the shape of the sails, reflecting its proximity to Lake Michigan.

The water and beach theme extends to the apartment building, whose wood-paneled lobby has comfortable, aqua-colored chairs, and an aqua and marine blue rug.

The 16th-floor club level offers an outdoor pool and deck, two whirlpool tubs, a fitness center, business/conference center and a game room. The pool and fitness center are completed, and finishing touches are being put on the other facilities.

If you'd rather stay in your apartment, rent for all units includes high-speed Internet access and satellite television.

The one-bedroom apartment we visited is on the 12th floor. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a sliding glass door offer a view.

The front door opens into a beige-carpeted entry hallway with two closets. The one on the left contains a full-size, stacked washer and dryer, while at right is a coat closet. Both have almond-colored doors with brushed nickel pulls.

The hallway leads past the kitchen into the 13-by-13-foot living/dining room, where a sliding glass door fills one wall and provides the pioneering view of the park with glimpses of boats in the harbor and the Adler Planetarium in the distance.

Other units have views of the Chicago River and the lake.

Beyond the glass slider is a balcony large enough to contain a couple of chairs and a small table.

The living/dining room is separated from the kitchen by a maple island topped by a black granite counter with shades of green and gray. The floor is a taupe ceramic tile.

Other apartments have kitchens with a maple island, a white granite countertop with tones of black and gray and a gray ceramic tile floor. The color schemes alternate by floor. Kitchens have ivory-colored appliances, including a dishwasher.

The dining area, though not delineated, could be set up traditionally with a small table and chairs or, to maximize space, a couple of stools at the counter.

A short hallway leads to the bedroom on the left, a large walk-in closet on the right and ends at the bathroom.

The bedroom is about 12 feet square, has a double closet and a floor-to-ceiling window with views similar to the living room's.

The bathroom has a taupe ceramic tile floor, a maple vanity with a white, cultured marble counter, a tri-door mirrored medicine chest, a linen closet and a white tub/shower.

Rents, which include high-speed Internet access, are:

$1,082 to 1,245 for a studio;

$1,317 to $1,538 for convertibles;

$1,466 to $1,845 for a one-bedrooms with one bath;

$1,718 to $2,170 for a one-bedroom with 1 1/2 baths; and

$2,350 to $2,608 for two-bedroom, two-bath units.

Shoreham residents can apply up to 25 percent of their rent toward up to 2 1/2 percent of the purchase price of a condo at participating developments at Lakeshore East.

One of the planned condo buildings, the Lancaster, is nearly sold out and buyers are moving in.

Another condo tower, the Chandler, is being marketed, priced from $192,000 for a 582-square-foot studio to $1.7 million for a 3,215-square-foot three-bedroom.

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The vital stats

Address: The Shoreham at Lakeshore East (left in photo), 400 E. South Water St. Chicago

Size: One bedroom, one bath

Rent: $1,512

Security deposit: None. There is a $400 non-refundable move-in fee, but the building is offering a discount to $200.

Utilities: Resident pays electricity, including heat and air conditioning.

Parking: Space in an attached garage is $200 a month.

Pets: A $500 non-refundable fee for dogs up to 25 pounds; a $250 non-refundable fee for up to two cats.

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For rental information, call 312-540-0400.
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