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Lakeside Tower

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Identification

Lakeside Tower
201627

Map

Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
concrete
pile foundation
concrete
exposed structure
white
postmodernism

Usages

residential condominium
mercantile parking

Facts

  • Construction of this building was nearly synchronous with that of Prairie Pointe one block to the east.
  • The structure is supported by 149 steel piles driven to a depth of 85 to 95 feet, down to solid bedrock.
  • There is another high-rise with the name Lakeside Tower on Lawrence Avenue, on the north side of Chicago.
  • The building's footprint is angled 45° to the corner, similar to that of the Left Bank at K Station which was built at the same time on the Near West Side.

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Location

1600 South Indiana Avenue
125 East 16th Street
1600 South Indiana Avenue
60616
Central Station
Near South Side
Downtown
Chicago
Illinois
U.S.A.

Technical Data

238.75 ft
229.92 ft
214.83 ft
160.33 ft
149.67 ft
19
Feb 2005
Aug 2006
2

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Features & Amenities

  • Balconies are available
  • Storage space is available
  • Sundeck is available
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