The Belmont by Reside is vintage grandeur at its best, updated with contemporary flair.
The second you step into the lobby you’ll realize that it’s not like any other vintage building that you’ve seen.
The lobby treatment announces the complete transformation that the building has undergone since its acquisition by an affiliate of Reside Living.
The color scheme mixes cool, soothing tones and muted lighting with splashes of red and earth tones.
A space for more intimate gatherings opens directly from the lobby and mixes elements of the building’s 1920s heritage with mid-century colors and furnishings.
The overall impression is welcoming. The building is pet-friendly and has door staff and package receiving service.
There’s a nicely-equipped fitness room at the building’s penthouse level. Arched windows flood the room with light.
The penthouse-level amenities include a party room with a billiards table and a kitchen / bar.
The party room opens onto a sprawling roof deck with multiple in-season seating areas, a fire pit and gas grills.
The roof deck looks out over Belmont Harbor and the lakefront.
There’s much more to see at The Belmont by Reside, including sunny, spacious, renovated apartments with hardwood floors throughout.
Large one-bedroom apartments are available now and for occupancy in March of 2016.
Floor plans and near real-time info on rents and available apartments can be accessed online.
Reside Living has dozens of additional vintage and contemporary buildings ranging from walk-ups to high-rises in prime lakefront neighborhood locations. Start your apartment search with Reside.