I’m sure developers would prefer we publish the kinds of vistas found inside their elaborately designed promotional packets – images of clear blue skies, green park grass, and glowing nighttime cityscapes – but the shots above are a little more representative of what you’re going to see this time of year.
I shot both of these images from the same $2.3-million three-bedroom at One Museum Park that I wrote about yesterday. The unit, located on northeast corner of the tower’s 23rd floor, has an unobstructed view of the Loop skyline to the west, Grant Park (and the rather unbecoming Metra tracks) to the north, and the lake, the museum campus and Soldier Field to the east. The master bedroom has its own views to the north northwest, while the second bedroom and the den-sized third bedroom both have views to the east.
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• Inside a three-bedroom at One Museum Park (Jan. 5)