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Old March 12th, 2007, 06:06 PM   #1
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Ten East Delaware - 410'/35 fl (Com)

Height: 410 ft
Floor count: 35
Location: East Delaware and North State
Construction end: 2009
Architect: Lucien Lagrange Architects
Developer: Unknown


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Luxury Condos Rise In Chicago's Gold Coast

By Kelly Sheehan, Online News Editor

MARCH 01, 2007 -- Chicago -- The Prime Group Inc., a Chicago-based real estate developer and operator, is building Ten East Delaware, a luxury condominium building in Chicago's affluent Gold Coast neighborhood. The 121-unit, $124-million complex broke ground this week and is slated for completion in mid 2009.

Designed by nationally renowned architect Lucien Lagrange of Chicago-based Lucien Lagrange Architects, the 35-story building is located at the northeast corner of Delaware Place and State Street, next to the Talbott Hotel.

http://www.multi-housingnews.com/mul...03552288&imw=Y
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Old March 12th, 2007, 06:25 PM   #2
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"Reschke said that Lucien Lagrange has designed the building with a "little bit of a European and Polynesian flair, circa 1920."

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Old March 12th, 2007, 06:52 PM   #3
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i like it, even though it is just a "filler" building
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Old March 12th, 2007, 09:45 PM   #4
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"Reschke said that Lucien Lagrange has designed the building with a "little bit of a European and Polynesian flair, circa 1920."

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Polynesian flair? WTF? I'm picturing Trader Vics and not liking the vision.

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Old March 28th, 2007, 07:54 PM   #5
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$96M Loan Clears for 36-Story Condo Tower
By Gina Kenny

CHICAGO-Prime Group Inc., based here, has begun work on a 36-story condominium tower at 10 East Delaware Place and recently acquired $96.2 million in financing from Fremont Investment & Loan. Demolition and site preparation work is under way and construction of the 121-unit building should begin in a couple of months, says Scott Manlin, vice president and regional manager in Fremont’s Chicago office.

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Old March 28th, 2007, 09:30 PM   #6
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Is the rooftop pool indoors? I don't see one on the rendering.
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Old March 29th, 2007, 06:28 AM   #7
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The building will be a concrete and glass structure with sand-colored limestone and European-style curved balconies.
^ I wish they would elaborate how much of the structure will actually be covered with limestone
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Old March 29th, 2007, 05:17 PM   #8
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^ I wish they would elaborate how much of the structure will actually be covered with limestone
Oh, come on....we all know the answer to that: two stories then precast concrete panels. This isn't 15 Central Park West!
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Old March 29th, 2007, 08:34 PM   #9
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Is the rooftop pool indoors? I don't see one on the rendering.
Nope. Outdoors...on the 35th floor. Sounds pretty fly:

DIVE INTO THE GOOD LIFE.
What better unwind at the end of a long day than in our private pool? Hidden away from public view on the 35th floor, The Ten Club pool and sundeck are the ideal urban retreat. Have your dinner al fresco at one of the poolside tables, or sink into a comfortable chaise to catch some late afternoon sun. And of course, there's always the crisp, clear water of our private pool to refresh and invigorate you.
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Old March 29th, 2007, 10:50 PM   #10
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Nope. Outdoors...on the 35th floor. Sounds pretty fly:

DIVE INTO THE GOOD LIFE.
What better unwind at the end of a long day than in our private pool? Hidden away from public view on the 35th floor, The Ten Club pool and sundeck are the ideal urban retreat. Have your dinner al fresco at one of the poolside tables, or sink into a comfortable chaise to catch some late afternoon sun. And of course, there's always the crisp, clear water of our private pool to refresh and invigorate you.
That does sound lovely. I've heard of the "Ten Club" but they weren't talking about pools.
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Old May 4th, 2007, 05:25 PM   #11
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SirNewYork at SSP posted this article:

http://www.newcityskyline.com/10EDelawareGoesUp.html

Ten East Delaware delights the Gold Coast

Monday, April 30, 2007

By Kelly Matlock

Chicago, IL, US (NCS) - Now under construction at the corner of State and Delaware in the Gold Coast, the 35-story luxury condo tower, Ten East Delaware, is meant to feel more like a boutique European hotel.

While many of the neighboring condo towers are being renovated or rehabbed, residents find relief in a new, elegantly-designed building that will not force them to live through remodeling in the near future.

Ten East Delaware will soon offer 121 residences with one, two and three-bedroom floor plans ranging from 845 to 3,095 square feet and prices from $465,900 to $2.35 million. The cost is quite reasonable for the amenities and services that the building offers, according to Michael W. Reschke, CEO and chairman of The Prime Group Inc., the developer. His claim is backed by the fact that half of the units were sold in less than six months.

“As our sales have shown, when the right location, developer and architect come together, buyers will be there ready and waiting,” said Reschke. “Our buyers are very sophisticated. They know how rare it is for a new luxury building with this level of services and high-quality design and finishes to be built in the Gold Coast—especially at these high prices.”

Ten East Delaware is designed by French-born architect Lucien Lagrange and his Chicago-based firm known for local projects including X/O Condominiums, 840 Lake Shore Drive, 65 East Goethe, The Park Tower and Plaza Escada, Elysian Hotel and Private Residences and Chicago Union Station redevelopment.

A stonemason's son, Lagrange was raised in a small village just outside of Paris. He was educated in Montreal, Canada, and worked for a number of years at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, where he rose to associate partner and supervised a number of high-profile projects including major office and retail developments across the nation.

In 1985, Lagrange decided to strike out on his own and set up his one-man firm. His firm has grown significantly since then and been recognized and awarded for architectural achievements and masterpieces of design that even he may not have envisioned when he first arrived in the city.

Being true to the firm’s roots in both Chicago’s innovative architectural legacy and heritage of Lagrange’s native France, Lucien Lagrange designed Ten East Delaware with a classical French architectural style, or what Reschke describes as “a little bit of European and Polynesian flair, circa 1920.” The concrete and glass building is also made with sand-colored limestone and features intricate cornices and curving, oversized balconies. Interior design is by Chicago-based Darcy Bonner Associates and correlates with the luxury hotel scheme intended by the architect and developer.

Through a partnership with the adjacent Talbott Hotel, Ten East will offer its residents the option of a la carte housekeeping, room service and concierge. Some other impressive amenities include access to The Ten Club, the building’s exclusive rooftop-level clubhouse and state-of-the-art fitness center with private dining room for large dinner parties and social events, and outdoor swimming pool and sundeck. All buyers are also given their own private storage unit in the building, and 188 climate-controlled, indoor parking spaces are available starting at $55,000.

Individual units offer large windows that invite in a large amount of light and offer perfect city views. Over-height living and dining rooms feature hardwood floors, while high-end standard finishes include Poggenpohl cabinetry and granite and marble countertops in kitchen and bath; Franke, Wolf, Miele and Sub-Zero kitchen appliances, a Kohler soaking tub in the master bath; and six-inch crown molding and wood base in the living areas and master bedroom.

Prospective buyers also like the privacy that the building offers: only five residences per floor. The condo tower features a four-pipe heating and cooling system so that each residence has zone temperature control and owners have year-round control over the heating and cooling of their home.

The bonus amenities add to the appeal of Ten East’s brand new, spacious units. “Due to the size of some of our three-bedroom residences—up to 3,000 square feet—we’ve also seen a number of buyers coming from single-family homes in Old Town, Lincoln Park and Lakeview,” said Reschke. “These buyers have realized they can enjoy basically the same amount of space, but without stairs, or the hassles of maintaining a yard. And for families with children enrolled at Francis Parker School or the Latin School, moving to Ten East Delaware might even make for an easier commute.”

Delivery of Ten East Delaware is expected in spring 2009. Chicago-based @Properties, the city’s largest independent real estate brokerage, is the executive sales and marketing agent. For more information, visit the sales center at 33 West Delaware Place, call 312.397.1010 or visit www.teneastdelaware.com
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Old July 5th, 2007, 01:38 AM   #12
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Old July 5th, 2007, 05:06 AM   #13
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Between Elysian, Walton OTP, and 10 E Delaware, that area is gonna be a nightmare for the next couple of years, since all are in an early stage of construction.
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Old July 6th, 2007, 07:06 AM   #14
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What is the building being dug out to the right of the caisson being drilled?
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Old July 6th, 2007, 07:09 AM   #15
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could there be any more news selections in that last picture?

ah i miss the old newstand
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Old July 6th, 2007, 08:08 AM   #16
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That's Elysian, Boris. The tower is on the east half of the property (the rest is a walled courtyard), but the whole site is being excavated for parking.
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Old July 7th, 2007, 05:58 AM   #17
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Oh. Thats a lot of construction for one intersection.
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Old July 7th, 2007, 09:24 AM   #18
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I agree. Hopefully, the construction team will finish the 3-story buildings around Elysian's courtyard early, so that the sidewalk hoarding can be removed on that side of State, while the tower goes up on the other side of the lot.
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Old July 12th, 2007, 07:50 PM   #19
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Oh. Thats a lot of construction for one intersection.
yeah that intersection is a prime location to live. You are surrounded by the best shopping, dining and nightlife the city, and possibly the country, has to offer. I like the building. Its old school, I dont think overly modern designs would fit well in the Gold Coast.
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By Kathy Bergen | Tribune reporter
January 30, 2008

Bice' restaurant is expected to expand into a neighboring luxury residential project, Ten East Delaware, expected to open in January 2009.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/busine...,7331025.story


They must be joking on that date Jan. 2009? This building hasnt seen the first floor.
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