(Above) A model of a residential unit at Vista Tower, imagined by interior designer Suzanne Lovell. (Click on images to view larger versions.)
10-Oct-16 Jeanne Gang designed the building but now other architects are being invited to share their ideas for the interiors of the top 21 floors of Vista Tower.
Sky 360 Residences, offering 360-degree views from floors 73-93, according to Magellan Development, will feature some of the most opulent amenities and condominiums found in the world.
On floors 92 and 93 will be a single two-level, 7,000 square foot residence. Smaller units will average between 5,500 and 6,700 square feet, each with 114 ceilings.
A Chicago architect, Dirk Denison, and interior designer Suzanne Lovell were the first invited to prepare a design brief on how they would develop the residences.
The idea that there is a proverbial blank canvas for every resident to have their own space and create something reflective and unique to other floors is incredible, says Denison, whose design appears in the Fall issue of No Parallels, the official magazine of Vista Residences.
||(Left) Interior design by architect Dirk Denison.
When completed in 2020, Vista Tower will be the third-tallest building in Chicago.
(Below) This floor plan, designed by Lovell on August 10, of a 6,657 square foot four-bedroom unit at Vista Tower, includes living room, dining room, family room, bathrooms and powder rooms, kitchen and prep kitchen, and exercise room.
Four-bedroom unit sells for $9.7 million
Since April 7, 115 residential units at Vista Tower have sold. The least expensive so far was a one-bedroom unit on the 13th floor that sold for $935,850 on July 16. The most expensive unit so far sold last Friday, a four-bedroom unit on the 91st floor for $9.747 million. Collectively, the prices for these 115 units total $264 million.
14 units at Vista Tower are currently on the MLS, including a five-bedroom unit for $10.368 million.