Moceri + Roszak has delivered Parkline, a luxury residential tower in Chicago’s Loop. The 26-story building comprises 24 condominiums and 190 rental apartments as well as 6,400 square meters of retail space on the ground floor.
The Tower at 60 E. Randolph St. is within walking distance of Millennium Park, the Riverwalk and the Art Institute of Chicago, and half a mile from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
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The condominiums are located on floors 20 to 25 with four apartments per level. Prices range from $ 1.5 million for units that are 2,136 square feet to more than $ 2 million for units that are 2,662 square feet. Parkline also includes a two-story penthouse with a 1,000 square meter second terrace.
Amenities common to both apartment and condominium residents are located on floors four and 18 and include a media room, coworking spaces, business center, fitness center, dog walking area, indoor and outdoor pools, and outdoor patios Fireplaces and barbecues. In addition, condominium owners have exclusive access to a sky terrace, lounge library and private dining / conference room, all on the 19th floor.
In response to pandemic concerns, Parkline developers added an air purification system to all public areas and designed touchless entrances from the lobby to the residential buildings.
Parkline construction was completed in April. More than half of the one- to three-bedroom apartments have already been rented under Lincoln Property Co. management.
The trend for outdoor spaces
Since implementing mixed work-from-home policies during the pandemic could become a permanent strategy in the future, the demand for outdoor spaces will only increase. In addition, a younger population group is expected to return or relocate to urban areas in the future. As a result, many developers focus on creating versatile spaces to meet the needs of both buyers and tenants.
According to a prepared statement from Thomas Roszak, partner, Parkline’s 22,000 square meter indoor and outdoor area is aimed at the growing number of residents looking for health and wellness features such as air purification, touchless entrances and an abundance of outdoor areas from Moceri + Roszak and founder and director of Thomas Roszak Architecture.