Amenities

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Sitting Room Terrace detail

This building has a spectacular amenities suite — nowhere else really can you find all these elements in Chicago.

ROBERT A.M. STERN
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Rooftop Terrace and Pergola

The Amenities

The amenity program at One Bennett Park is designed to provide luxurious and state of the art services that make life more seamless, relaxing and pleasurable.

Everything has been considered — your exceptional lifestyle experience begins from the moment you pull into the covered motor court, leave your car with the valet, and step into the foyer and magnificent art-filled lobby.

The third floor is home to a full-service spa and salon, a real center for relaxation. This is also the heart of the exercise facility, with a fitness center, Pilates studio and an indoor lap pool with a glorious sun terrace overlooking the private park. The terrace pool is a splendid setting, overlooking the park, whether to enjoy the swimming, the sun or the shaded seating area.

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Cordial Room detail

Club Amenities

Higher up the tower, the private resident’s club and roof deck are the perfect settings for celebration—whether a family barbecue or an intimate sunset cocktail. Entertaining can be carried out on any scale, with a dining room for private parties, a cordial room for tastings, a billiard room for unwinding, and a partially enclosed terrace on the 41st floor with views over Lake Michigan. Families are a focus of the amenities, with a children’s playground and playroom for youngsters and a tween room for adolescents. The needs, pleasures and aspirations of every generation have been considered in life at One Bennett Park.

Related Midwest

Related Midwest, the Chicago office of Related Companies, is the preeminent developer of luxury condominium and rental homes, master-planned, mixed-use, and affordable housing. Recognized for innovation and for market-defining developments for more than 25 years, Related Midwest has reshaped luxury living in Chicago through a deep-rooted history of excellence.

In the last few years, Related Midwest has been the most active real estate developer in Chicago. This success sets Related apart and provides several distinct advantages—the creation of substantial purchasing and negotiating leverage, lower construction costs and efficient management of our properties.

Robert A.M. Stern Architects

Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) is a 300-person firm of architects, interior designers and supporting staff. Over its 48-year history, the firm has established an international reputation as a leading design firm with wide experience in residential, commercial and institutional work. As the firm’s practice has diversified, its geographical scope has widened to include projects in Europe, Asia, South America and throughout the United States. The firm maintains an attention to detail and commitment to design quality that has earned international recognition, numerous awards and citations for design excellence, including National Honor Awards of the American Institute of Architects, and a lengthening list of repeat clients.

Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates

Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates is inspired by the power of landscape architecture to deliver beauty in its many forms: rational, lyrical and exuberant. MVVA believes that the most meaningful landscapes anticipate what they will mean to their many audiences and emerge from straightforward, elegant problem-solving techniques. The firm’s work is unfussy and original, sustainable and enjoyable, democratic and direct. MVVA believes that landscape plays a critical role in shaping a positive experience of place—both found and designed—and that a strong sense of place helps enhance everyday experience, healthy communities and quality of life – all at the heart of a livable city.

GREC Architects

GREC Architects, LLC was established in 1989 to deliver architecture, planning and sustainable design services distinguished by design excellence and superior project and technical management. The firm’s principals and staff possess a complementary range of design, planning and technical expertise in the architecture and planning fields. GREC’s project experience includes master planning at a variety of scales, from high-density, urban-infill plans and streetscapes, to campus master plans and the development of new cities and resorts. From core-and-shell new construction to renovation of the building envelope and interior spaces, GREC’s project delivery maintains a high level of quality. GREC applies a sustainable design philosophy to every project from renovation to new construction.

Lendlease U.S. Construction

Lendlease’s project management and construction business has become a national leader with over 95 years of experience in the construction industry. In the past decade alone, within the Americas, the firm has provided construction services on over 2,500 projects for 1,100 clients nationwide.

Lendlease has a proud history in the Chicago area – one that is rich in landmark projects that have contributed to the distinctive face and personality of the region. Lendlease has completed more than 600 projects in Chicago valued at well over $19 billion, including the Harold Washington Library Center, the Navy Pier reconstruction, Chicagoland Speedway, Children’s Memorial Medical Center, the O’Hare International Airport development program and Trump International Hotel & Tower. Recent residential completions for Related Midwest include 500 Lake Shore Drive and OneEleven.

Noë Associates

Noë & Associates delivers captivating, multidisciplinary design services to international clients in the fields of art and architecture, real estate and hospitality, and fashion and luxury goods. As both a practice and a brand consultancy, it prides itself on conceiving, cultivating and communicating effective visual identities and highly sophisticated brand strategies.

Tomás Saraceno

Tomás Saraceno’s oeuvre could be seen as an ongoing research, informed by the worlds of art, architecture, natural sciences, astrophysics and engineering. His floating sculptures, community projects and interactive installations propose and explore new, sustainable ways of inhabiting and sensing the environment.

During the past decade, he has initiated collaborations with renowned scientific institutions, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Max Planck Institute, the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore and the Natural History Museum London.

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