The high-rise building known as “Superior at LaSalle” is a beautiful 54-unit collection of River North condos that first opened in 2006.
The development offers 1-3 bedroom / 1-2 bathroom units, and also includes a selection of hard-to-find multilevel corner units. Luxury condos boast high 15-foot ceilings, floor plans with plenty of living space and a full complement of attractive and desirable interior finishes that help make this one of the more popular condo buildings in this part of the city. Residents enjoy a prime location, close to the many shopping, dining, transportation, and entertainment venues available in the neighborhood.
Additional lifestyle amenities include 24-hour door service, bike storage, on-site parking, and extra storage space for each individual unit.
For lifetime residents, people new to the city, and visitors in town for work or pleasure, River North is one part of Chicago where there’s an endless amount of things to see and do around every corner. This stylish urban neighborhood located just north of the downtown Loop is bound by Chicago Avenue to the north, Michigan Avenue to the east, and the Chicago River to the south and west. It is the go-to district for those who appreciate fine art and design, including its exciting Gallery District—the second highest concentration of art galleries in the United States after Manhattan. It also offers great places to eat, shop, and experience an electric nightlife.
River North’s attractive tree-shaded streets are lined with lovely vintage residences as well as newly built high-rises and lofts, especially in areas like Kingsbury Park, near Erie Street and the Chicago River. For those who prefer a short commute to work, the old Montgomery Ward building in Kingsbury Park was redesigned into contemporary office space that includes financial firms, advertising, marketing, and telecommunications companies. Other significant architecture of the area includes The Wrigley Building, Tribune Tower, Trump International Hotel and Tower, as well as the “Cathedral District,” near the intersection of State and Huron, containing a number of new residential skyscrapers near the Holy Name Cathedral and St. James Cathedral.