We’re still waiting for W Developments LLC to open a model for One, its 64-unit tower planned for the West Loop. In the meantime, we’ll have to settle for some new renderings of its very clean, very white interior spaces.
The word “one,” as we’ve learned, can mean a lot of things when it comes to this project. It pops up not once, not twice, but three times in the tower’s address, 111 N Sangamon St. It’s also the number of bedrooms and bathrooms in each of the building’s condominiums. (Most of the units have a den, as well, but including those rooms in the bed count would throw this whole “One” trend right out of whack.)
The loft-like units will have 9.5-foot concrete ceilings, hardwood floors, stainless-steel appliances and Solid Surface countertops.
VIP prices offered by Jameson Realty Group range from the $270s for a 748-square-foot condo on the tower’s fifth floor to the $360s for a 919-square-foot, 12th floor unit. Garage parking will run buyers an extra $35,000.
One, as we’ve reported before, is part of a three-project development near the intersection of Sangamon and Washington streets. The tower is connected to an existing two-story building at 912 W Washington St that W Developments principal David Wallach is converting into a commercial center. A level of parking, four three-story townhouses and a landscaped deck will top the building.
Immediately north of One Chicago is 123 North Sangamon, W Developments’ condo conversion with one- to three-bed units priced from the $200s.