Erie on the Park was the first steel-and-glass high-rise built in Chicago since the 1960s. Crafted to fit into an irregular space, the building is jagged and asymmetrical — challenging convention with a Deconstructivist streak, creating stunning views from within the condominiums.
Completed in 2002, this is a 24-story condominium building with 195 loft-style residences. Most residences feature a balcony or private terrace with views of the skyline. Situated just east of the Chicago River near Montgomery Ward Park, the building includes a seemingly endless procession of floor-to-ceiling windows offering incredible views of the city. Open kitchens are appointed with high-end finishes and includes a sleek breakfast bar. Many feature units bathrooms with heated floors, a jacuzzi, his-and-her sinks, nine-foot ceilings, and separate laundry rooms.
One of the most recognizable residential buildings in Chicago’s River North neighborhood, Erie on the Park is a fashionable and highly-desirable high-rise condo development.