Superior 110‘s seventh floor, the first residential floor in the 27-story tower at 110 W Superior St, is high enough to clear the tops of River North’s old loft buildings, but it’s not going to have the kinds of sight lines that you’ll find on the penthouse level. So why’s the unit shown above so special? It’s all about Superior 110’s parking deck, and all the additional outdoor space its roof creates.
Unit #703 would look big even without its two terraces; at 2,280 square feet, it has enough space for two full bedroom suites (including a master with a big walk-in closet), a wrap-around kitchen capped with pantries on each points of its “U,” and a 25′-8″ x 20′ living / dining area with views to the east, north, and west.
But its those terraces that really stand out. The larger of the two spaces, located on the northwest corner of the building’s parking deck and accessible from the northern end of the living / dining area, has 870 square feet. The smaller, on the eastern side of the parking deck and accessible from the master suite, has 495. That’s 1,365 square feet in full, almost 200 square feet bigger than some of the building’s spacious one-bedrooms. Both terraces are surrounded by a green roof that covers much of garage’s unused roof space.
The home features 3-inch-wide oak plank hardwood floors, Snaidero kitchen cabinets and bath vanities, Sub-Zero and Wolf stainless-steel appliances, glass-tile back-splashes, and a master bath with Jacuzzi and Grohe rain shower. It’s listed for $1.27 million, a price that includes the cost of two garage parking spaces.
Monthly assessments of $400 pay for common insurance, door staff, cable TV, exercise facilities, exterior maintenance, lawn care, scavenger, and snow removal.