Marina City Tower

300 N. State Chicago, Il


Davia Lipscher
773.750.6814

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Year Built
1962

Stories
60

Units
896
Davia Lipscher
773.750.6814
Neighborhood
The Loop


Marina City is a mixed-use complex consisting of two high-rises along the Chicago River. Built in the 1960s, the buildings are characterized by their unique shape. In addition to condominium residences, the towers are home to restaurants, the House of Blues concert hall, Sax Hotel and a bowling alley.



Amenities
Bike Room/Bike Trails
Door Person
Elevator
Exercise Room
Storage
On Site Manager/Engineer
Party Room
Sundeck
Receiving Room
Restaurant
Service Elevator
Valet/Cleaner

Assessments Include
Common Insurance
Security
Security System
Doorman
TV/Cable
Exercise Facilities
Exterior Maintenance
Lawn Care
Scavenger
Snow Removal

Commercial Services On Site
Restaurant
Bank
Laundry
Grocery Store
Dry Cleaner
Travel Agent
Other: Bowling, House of Blues Hotel

Other Information
Pets Allowed: cats ok
Parking: garage
Management: Draper & Kramer



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School District(s)
City Of Chicago Sd 299
Middle School
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Nearby Public Transportation

CTA Rail

at State/Lake (0.16 miles away), Lake, Clark/Lake

Metra
Metra Electric Main Branch, South Shore, Milwaukee District West, Union Pacific West, Union Pacific North, Union Pacific Northwest, Milwaukee District North, North Central Service, BNSF Railway, Heritage Corridor, Southwest Service, Rock Island District

at Millenium Station (0.40 miles away), Ogilvie Transportation, Ogilvie Transportation Center, Union Station and others