The Legacy at Millennium Park
60 E Monroe Chicago, Illinois 60603
$650,000 - $2,200,000
Limited Availability from $660,000.
The Legacy at Millennium Park represents the pinnacle of luxury living in Chicago's Millennium Park neighborhood. Rising 72 stories above the park, with breathtaking views of Lake Michigan from almost every floor plan, The Legacy offers residents gracious, luxuriously appointed homes and world-class amenities in an outstanding location surrounded by the city's best culture, dining and entertainment.
Homebuyers can choose from large 2BR and 3BR floor plans. Residences feature floor-to-ceiling windows, 9' ceilings in most living areas, gourmet kitchens and spacious spa-like baths.
The Legacy also has an unparalleled list of amenities, including a 24-hour doorman, heated garage parking, on-site concierge, fitness center, indoor pool, 3 sky-gardens (on floors 15, 42 and 60) and two lounges for hosting intimate gatherings or larger events. In addition, a sky-bridge on the building's 13th floor connects the Legacy to the neighboring University Club of Chicago*. Club members can access the full facility without ever stepping outside, and all Legacy at Millennium Park residents have access to certain club services and facilities, including the squash courts, hotel rooms and catering services.
The experienced Chicago-based team behind the The Legacy at Millennium Park includes Mesa Development, the Walsh Group and Solomon Cordwell Buenz architects. Contact The Legacy at Millennium Park sales team for more information or to schedule a showing.
*The University Club of Chicago is an independent private membership club with admission governed by its own membership policies and bylaws.
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