The Columbian

The Columbian look like every other new construction on the block, the designers steered clear of sheer glass facades and strong horizontal lines to give this residential high-rise a distinctive art deco style with a 21st century spin. Using light orange brick and an emphasis on verticality, The Columbian emerged as an impressive throwback to the heyday of Chicago architecture. The building tapers as it rises with several set-backs that divide the residences into three different levels: the Boulevard on floors nine through 32, the Tower on floors 33-39, and the Penthouses occupying the remainder of the stories. The Tower Residences at The Columbian include two and three bedroom condos that range from 1,500 to 2,460 square feet. Prices for these lofty units start at $665,900 and go up to $1,375,900. The Penthouses also offer home buyers two and three bedroom residences. The spacious condos include exquisite finishes that put residents right in the lap of luxury. the kitchens are draped in gorgeous granite countertops and matching backsplash. The state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances accent the traditional beauty of the glossy hardwood floors and 42′ wood cabinets. The living/dining rooms, halls and foyers are also clad in hardwood flooring, and the inner sanctuary of the bedroom is lined with comforting wall-to-wall carpeting. The Penthouse offers an added element of lavishness with Viking gas range/oven and Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer unit, and oversized private terraces with amazing vistas of the city skyline, Lake Michigan, and Chicago’s front yard.

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