Structure in general
- This proposal was preceded by two other plans by Lucien Lagrange Architects: Randolph Court and Market Hall Tower.
- The tower will stand on two legs, flanking a large opening above the podium which breaks up the mass of the building's base.
- MoMo stands on the site of the Masonic Temple, once Chicago's tallest building and one of the most important early skyscrapers.
- Chicago's Joffrey Ballet Company purchased two floors at the base for use as a permanent dance theater.
- The name "Momo" stands for "Modern Momentum".
- The same development team is planning a similarly named SoNo south of North Avenue.
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Features & Amenities
- Balconies are available
- Exercise facility is available
- Green roof is present