The Helmut Jahn-Designed Tower 1000 Chicago
1000 South Michigan, Chicago
Real estate co-developers Time Equities (TEI), JK Equities (JKE) and Oak Capitals (Oak), announced the official launch of sales for 1000M, the ultra-luxury condominium development in Chicago. Located at 1000 South Michigan, along Chicago’s iconic Cultural Mile, the curving, cantilevering, 832-foot-tall glass tower will make a dramatic impact on Chicago’s world-famous skyline as one of its tallest towers.
Designed by luminary German architect and long-time Chicago resident, Helmut Jahn, 1000M will soar at 74 stories tall, making it the tallest building of Jahn’s career. Drawing inspiration from the intersection of city and nature, Jahn’s design brilliantly optimizes views of Lake Michigan and surrounding vistas throughout the tower from homes to amenity spaces.1000M gradually widens at the northeast and southwest corners, allowing its floor plate to transition from an efficient rectangle at the base to an expansive parallelogram at the top, giving even the southwestern units prime views of Lake Michigan and Grant Park. Additionally, floorto-ceiling glass panels, large operable windows and high ceilings will flood homes with natural light.
Homes at 1000M will range from efficient 926-square-foot, one-bedroom residences to ultra-luxurious, 5,491-square-foot penthouses. Combining Mann’s refined touch with ultra-luxury brands such as Wolf and SubZero, Mann has crafted three custom color palettes for residents to personalize their homes. Each home will feature natural wood floors as well as a mix of natural and man-made stone options in the kitchens and bathrooms. Kitchens will feature custom cabinetry, Sub-Zero refrigerators and Wolf ranges, and the master bathrooms will contain over-sized showers and ‘wet rooms’ furnished with large soaking tubs. Upper floor homes will feature extra-large in-set balconies, which function as outdoor rooms.