Chicago-based developer Moceri + Roszak, in partnership with Thomas Roszak Architecture, has announced the delivery of condominium homes, along with the debut of a fully decorated condominium model and owner-exclusive amenities, at Parkline Chicago. Located at 60 E. Randolph St. in Chicago’s Loop, the new-construction, 26-story luxury tower features 24 condominium homes atop 190 apartments and 6,400-square feet of ground-floor retail. Building construction was completed in April and the apartments are now 60 percent leased.
Priced from $1.5 million, Parkline’s condominiums are located on floors 20 to 25, with only four per floor, and measure 2,136 to 2,662 square feet. Floor plans include three or four bedrooms, 3½ baths, a family room, living room, dining room and outdoor terrace 9-feet by 24-feet or larger. One two-story penthouse is available and has a second terrace measuring 1,000 square feet. All residence interiors feature 10-foot ceilings, with 9-foot ceilings in kitchens, baths and closets; 5-inch, wide-plank oak/walnut hardwood flooring; and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Owners enter their homes from a private lobby off Parkline’s main entrance, serviced via a “smart” elevator bank utilizing destination control. Throughout the lobby and other common spaces, residents will enjoy almost 100 pieces of art from four contemporary American artists, including Chicago-based artists.
Parkline’s many amenity areas and features are designed for health and wellness. The building’s 22,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space provide wide pass-throughs, socially distanced seating and touchless entry from lobby to residences. In response to the pandemic, Moceri + Roszak added an air purification system for Parkline’s common areas, including lobbies and hallways. This state-of-the-art HVAC system features ionization and air purification, which provides a 99.4% reduction rate for SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) surface strain.
Condominium owners receive exclusive access to a 19th floor amenity suite with a private dining/conference room and catering kitchen; lounge library with panoramic views; and a sky terrace known as the “Crow’s Nest,” offering intimate outdoor space to take in city views. Owners can also enjoy all building amenities on the 4th and 18th floors. The 4th floor includes fitness and wellness facilities with cardiovascular and strength equipment, as well as a yoga and spin studio; media lounge and bar; prep kitchen and reservable dining; and an indoor pool and spa that opens via sliding glass walls to a landscaped outdoor sundeck with fire pit, dining areas, grill stations, and a private dog run adjacent to an indoor dog spa. On the 18th floor, residents have access to a social room with catering kitchen; library/coworking space with private conference rooms; a business center; two-story-high Sky Lounge; and another expansive outdoor terrace.
Hospitality-level service from an on-site team includes 24-hour doorman/concierge, property manager and building engineer. The building also features resident storage, Tide Cleaners locker dry cleaning and laundry service, and Luxor package delivery room. Deeded parking for owners is available in the building garage, entered off Benton Place.