Located on the 28th floor of one of Chicago's most iconic Art Deco landmarks, the Palmolive Building, this incredible 3-bedroom / 2.5-bathroom home offers unparalleled elegance and scale. The 5500 sq ft, 23-room residence designed by Paula Berg boasts panoramic views of Lake Michigan, Magnificent Mile and Navy Pier. Enter the apartment's rotunda from a private elevator through a vestibule tastefully adorned with Venetian plaster accents and Romanoff wall coverings made of rolled wood. The welcoming foyer is resplendent with an individually hand-applied silverleaf ceiling, Venetian plastered niches, and a sparkling marble, limestone and onyx floor. A powder room is located just off the entrance. Guests will be in awe of the opulent Mother of Pearl-lined walls, marble countertop and nickel faucets. This sprawling residence was configured to splendidly entertain. It features a graceful layout with beautiful hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, Art Deco moldings, and Evan Lewis-designed fireplaces. The home's bar is a specifically special place to gather with Lalique glass panels, granite countertops, a Herbeau polished nickel sink, a Franke nickel faucet, and a refrigerator and ice maker in the lower bar. Take in glorious views from dinner parties in the exquisite formal dining room which is highlighted by Venetian plaster ceilings and a vintage chandelier sourced by French Art Deco specialist, Anne Hauke. Adjacent is a DeGuillio kitchen with a custom marble sink, sliding backsplash revealing an encyclopedic spice rack, Subzero refrigerator with butternut wood doors, and cherry-stained cabinets. In the adjoining butler's pantry, one will find antique mirror inserts, a German silver sink, a Miele coffee system, 2 refrigerator drawers, a warming drawer, dishwasher and 1-inch maple countertops. Natural light streams in through the nearby laundry room hosting a full-sized washer / dryer and marble countertops. Guests will enjoy perfectly chilled wine stored in the 600-bottle Eurocave wine cooler. The private wing of the home has 3 generous bedrooms, including a grand, oversized primary suite with a Venetian plaster ceiling and Roman shades. The primary bathroom hosts custom burl wood and onyx cabinets, French sconces from the 1930s, a Seura bathroom mirror with TV, a cast iron Kohler tub and a limestone shower and floors. The home also has controlled Lutron lighting, motorized shades, distributed audio and video, and a VisionArt system. The Palmolive Building is a distinguished full-service luxury concierge residence rich in Chicago history and culture. Built in the late 1920s, and once the headquarters for Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company then later Playboy Enterprises, it radiates iconic Art Deco aesthetic. As stated in the Winter 2017 issue of Sophisticated Living Chicago featuring the home, the current owners felt the inside of their dwelling should respect the outside. Executed impeccably, the 28th floor at 159 E. Walton does absolutely that. Full amenities include a spa, fitness center, club room valet parking for 3 cars and an incredible staff.