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First occupancies are slated for September 2016.
1333 South Wabash will have studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans. Some one-bedroom units will include a den. There will be a two-story penthouse three-bedroom unit with three bathrooms. Floor plans and near real-time availability are accessible online.
The apartments will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-look flooring, in-unit washer / dryers and balconies. Kitchens will have 42-inch cabinets, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and large single-basin stainless steel sinks.
Bathrooms will have Grohe fixtures, Florense vanities and either a glass-surround shower or bathtub, depending on the floor plan.
Renderings show that many units include balconies.
Views. Views from the lower floors at 1333 S Wabash will be compromised in most directions by surrounding buildings. The building will have good views to the north and west from higher floors.
Amenities, services, policies
1333 Wabash will be a full-amenity building.
Amenities include a demonstration kitchen with private dining area, a fitness center with LifeFitness equipment, a business center, and a resident lounge.
The building will have a deck above the parking garage with chaise lounge seating, a fire pit, three grilling stations and a gated dog run.
1333 Wabash will include a covered garage with 232 parking spaces. The building will have a 24-hour doorman, bike storage, resident storage and a receiving room.
1333 Wabash is two blocks southwest of Grant Park.
The location affords residents quick access to the Museum Campus, the Loop, McCormick Place and a number of local universities.
Shopping. Residents at 1333 Wabash will have good access to grocery shopping.
For starters, there’s the Go Grocer convenience store one block from the building.
Target and Whole Foods are a bit further west along Roosevelt Rd, and Mariano’s is a few blocks southwest on Clark St. There are full-service pharmacies in the Jewel and Target, and a Walgreens is one block west on Roosevelt Rd.
The South Loop has long had a rap as being under-retailed, but that’s changing as the Shops at Roosevelt Collection fills its space, with an emphasis on fashion.
There are scores of dining and nightlife options within a few blocks’ walk of 1333 Wabash, and their number is growing.
The Showplace Icon theaters at Roosevelt Collection is one of the few first-run movie venues in downtown Chicago. The lounge bar gets busy in the evening and has food available.
Long-time local favorite, Gioco, is across the street on Wabash Ave, and just steps from the building.
For those in need of caffeine, there is a Starbucks a little over a block north of the building.
Thus far we haven’t ventured more than a few short blocks from 1333 Wabash – and we haven’t exhaustively listed what’s within those blocks. You’ll find a lot of dining and nightlife options in the immediate neighborhood.
Parks, recreation. 1333 Wabash has Grant Park as its back yard.
Spanning nearly half a square mile, the 319-acre park accommodates a wide range of active recreational pursuits and spots for quiet contemplation.
Millennium Park, at the North end of Grant Park, is one of the most exciting and architecturally interesting public spaces in the country. Residents of 1333 Wabash will pass the Art Institute on the way to Millennium Park.
Northerly Island’s 12th Street Beach is a short bike ride from 1333 Wabash.
The CTA’s Roosevelt Road station has Red, Green and Orange Line stops for easy access to north, south and west side locations and to Midway Airport.
A wide variety of CTA bus routes criss-cross the area, with stops near the building.
Rentals are typically available in a number of nearby condo buildings, often at lower rents than in the managed apartment buildings.
You’ll find additional options at YoChicago’s comprehensive South Loop apartment guide.