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Identification

Central Station
residential complex
100624

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Facts

  • Named after the Central Station train depot which used to overlook this site from the corner of Grant Park. It was a major port of entry for new Chicagoans coming from the south.
  • Development began around 1990 with several rows of luxury townhouses, which are often compared to the residential neighborhoods of London.
  • The first highrise in the project began construction in November 2000. Several more are under construction or planned.
  • Central Station's most famous resident is Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley, who moved into one of the townhomes from the Bridgeport neighborhood.
  • Central Station's tall buildings will help to define the edges of Grant Park, and fill in the gaps in the south lakefront skyline.

Location

Chicago
Illinois
U.S.A.

Involved Companies

MANNTECH Building Maintenance Systems

DeStefano + Partners, Ltd.

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# Building Height Floors Building type Year Status
1 exterior-photo-of-the-rendering Grant Park Tower III 790 ft 73 skyscraper -
2 exterior-construction-workers-unloading-stands-that-will-be-used-to-form-rebar-cages-for-caisson-construction One Museum Park 726 ft 62 skyscraper 2009
3 exterior-looking-north-across-the-site The Grant 595 ft 54 skyscraper 2010
4 exterior-piles-and-crane Sky55 425 ft 40 skyscraper 2006
5 exterior-site-preparation-seen-from-13th-street Museum Tower 409 ft 38 skyscraper 2006
6 excavationorfoundations-view-from-the-northwest 1400 Museum Park 375 ft 34 skyscraper 2008
7 excavationorfoundations-view-from-the-northwest 1600 Museum Park 357 ft 32 skyscraper 2009
8 excavationorfoundations-view-from-the-southwest Museum Park Place 2 330 ft 32 skyscraper 2009
9 exterior-site-view Museum Pointe 289 ft 26 high-rise building 2005
10 museum-park-tower-1-chicago-il-usa-usa-exterior-fromfaraway-view-from-roosevelt-road Museum Park Tower 1 280 ft 20 high-rise building 2002
11 prairie-pointe-chicago-il-usa-usa-exterior-base-site-preparation Prairie Pointe 271 ft 24 high-rise building 2006
12 exterior-view-to-the-north-from-the-18th-street-pedestrian-bridge Prairie District Tower 261 ft 23 high-rise building 2003
13 the-lofts-at-museum-park-ii-chicago-il-usa-usa-exterior-exterior-foundation-cranes-on-the-day-before-commencement-of-construction The Lofts at Museum Park II 261 ft 21 high-rise building 2006
14 base-caisson-at-the-northwest-corner Museum Park Place 259 ft 23 high-rise building 2007
15 exterior-looking-south-across-the-site Lakeside Tower 239 ft 19 high-rise building 2006
16 excavationorfoundations-drilling-the-foundations Museum Park Tower 2 236 ft 21 high-rise building 2003
17 exterior-foundation-work The Lofts at Museum Park I 188 ft 15 high-rise building 2004
18 exterior-construction-site-from-the-southeast-27-november-2003 Lakeside on the Park 172 ft 14 high-rise building 2005
19 prairie-house-chicago-il-usa-usa-exterior-exterior-construction-cranes-on-site-view-from-the-southwest Prairie House 171 ft 14 high-rise building 2003
20 Grant Park Tower IV ≈962 ft 83 skyscraper -
21 1251 South Indiana ≈394 ft 34 high-rise building -
22 Museum Place I ≈267 ft 23 high-rise building -
23 Museum Place II ≈267 ft 23 high-rise building -
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