One Bennett Park

451 E Grand Ave. Chicago, IL 60611

Architecture and Design by Robert A.M. Stern Architects Landscape and Design by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates.

One Bennett Park will grace Chicago’s captivating skyline taking its place among the city’s most luxurious residential towers.

Envisioned by world-renowned architects Robert A.M. Stern Associates, this elegant residential tower is situated in Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood at the lakefront. Steps from Michigan Avenue, the residences will have spectacular view vistas across Lake Michigan, the Chicago River and the city skyline.

With just over 60 condominiums, One Bennett Park offers gracious two-, three- and four bedroom residences, including penthouses. Residences feature thoughtfully curated fixtures and finishes that evoke grace and sophistication, creating an unrivaled living experience. The level of design, craft and workmanship is unsurpassed.

In addition to the tower, One Bennett Park will also include an inspiring new 1.7 acre park designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, the landscape architect best-known for Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York City and Maggie Daley Park and The 606 in Chicago.

The design of Bennett Park brings a sense of pleasure and harmony to life at One Bennett Park. Here, the idyllic gardens sit side by side two dog runs, meandering pathways, and steps leading to a shady grove. A sense of privacy is ensured with a frame of trees surrounding the outer edge, yet the center of the park is bright and open, where it welcomes the sun. The shade of the perimeter creates a sense of a separate peace, a garden hideaway in the heart of Chicago.

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Property features

  • As it catches the light, passing clouds create shadow play along the towering masonry and glass façade of One Bennett Park, animating it with life.
  • Densely planted around the building’s perimeter for privacy and seclusion, the heart of the park features a gently sloping lawn bowl, as well as two discreetly placed dog runs.
  • With its magnificently designed porte-cochere, One Bennett Park offers one of the great conveniences of urban living: the ability to drive right up to your front door.
  • With a beautifully designed park by award-winning landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh, and an iconic building by Robert A.M. Stern, One Bennett Park immediately ranks among the most prestigious properties in Chicago.
  • The entry experience and private motor court have been thoughtfully designed to provide the highest level of privacy and convenience.
  • Custom-designed bronze entry doors set the tone for the lobby, whose features include an Art Deco–patterned marble floor, bleached walnut paneling, 12-foot high windows with stone moldings, and a 20-foot double-cove ceiling with a commissioned crystal art installation.

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residence interiors

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  • Light and air flow effortlessly through living spaces designed by Robert A.M. Stern, featuring 10’ to 13’ ceilings and nearly 9’ windows. Wide-plank oak hardwood flooring laid in a herringbone pattern adds a classic twist to modern sophistication.
  • Natural stone heated floors ease residents into their day while a masterfully designed custom vanity with stone countertop blends form with function. A freestanding bathtub creates a sanctuary for residents to unwind and soak in the Chicago skyline.
  • The high level of fine home design, whose goal is to produce a feeling of ease and grace, is epitomized by the Great Room at the center of each residence.
  • Its generous ceiling height, oversized windows and grand proportions infuse every day living with elegance.
  • One Bennett Park offers bedrooms whose stature is equal to the other great rooms of the residence — with magnificent windows and spectacular views, and generous proportions that allow for lounging, reading or simply retreating to a place of graceful privacy.
  • The kitchens at One Bennett Park feature Robert A.M. Stern-designed custom cabinetry. Every element and detail — the honed-stone countertops, satin nickel range hood, full-hand door pulls, wide plank island wrap, and pebbled tile backsplash — harmonize perfectly. Concealed within the precision millwork are a full complement of top-tier appliances.

One Bennett Park

451 E Grand Ave. Chicago, IL 60611

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One Bennett Park floor plans

    • Residence 01 / Floors 42-48

      • 3 Bedrooms
      • 3 Bathrooms
      • 3080 sq. ft.

      Master Suite - Family Room - Foyer - Dining Room - Dual Master Closets

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    • REsidence 02 / Floors 42-54

      • 3 Bedrooms
      • 2 Bathrooms
      • 2121 sq. ft.

      Master suite - Foyer - Dining Room - Utility Room

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    • Residence 03 / Floors 42-48

      • 3 Bedrooms
      • 3 Bathrooms
      • 2403 sq. ft.

      Master Suite - Foyer - Dinning Room - Utility Room

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    • Residence 05 / Floors 49-54

      • 3 Bedrooms
      • 3 Bathrooms
      • 3431 sq. ft.

      Family Room - Master Suite - Eat-in Kitchen - Dual Master closets

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    • Residence 06 / Floors 51-54

      • 3 Bedrooms
      • 3 Bathrooms
      • 3622 sq. ft.

      Eat-in Kitchen - Master Suite With Sitting Area - Family Room

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    • Residence 11 / Floors 60-63

      • 3 Bedrooms
      • 3 Bathrooms
      • 4798 sq. ft.

      Family Room - Foyer - Dinning Room - Dual Master Closets

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    • Residnence 12 / Floors 61-63

      • 3 Bedrooms
      • 3 Bathrooms
      • 3662 sq. ft.

      Eat-in Kitchen - Dinning Room - Family Room

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    • Residence 09 / Floors 55-59

      • 4 Bedrooms
      • 4 Bathrooms
      • 5130 sq. ft.

      Family Room - -Eat-in Kitchen - Master Suite - Butler's Room

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neighborhood

THE HIDDEN EAST END - Parks, beaches, theaters, boutiques, a revitalized waterfront. If you thought you knew Chicago’s neighborhoods like the back of your hand, take a closer look at Streeterville and its surrounds, tucked between Michigan Avenue and Lake Michigan to the west and east, and Oak Street and major parks to the north and south. Its renaissance is shifting the city’s center of gravity closer to the lakefront.
  • Rare is the restaurant that’s attached to a major fashion brand and hits all the right notes. RL does. This see-and-be-seen spot is perfect for taking a break while shopping on Michigan Avenue (order the lobster roll).
  • Brunch plans are laid out well in advance, and snagging a spot at Kanela earns you a gold star. Of the four locations, the one on Lake Shore Drive stands out.
  • State Street’s comedy spot has welcomed A-list comedians like Jim Gaffigan, and huge pop stars such as Janet Jackson.
  • The shop's namesake owner Ikram Goldman has quite the eye: her taste in fashion has shaped First Lady Michelle Obama's wardrobe and given millions of women the green light to show their biceps.
  • With its ice-skating ribbon and climbing walls, Maggie Daley Park is being touted as the city’s winter camp. There’s also plenty to do in warmer months at this lakefront retreat—with such venues as a playhouse, a field garden, tennis courts and picnic groves, to name a few.
  • Follow this stunning flower shop on Instagram (@floralstudiochicago) to get a sense of the world of beauty its florists create for thank-yous and holidays.
  • Native son Jimmy Bannos Jr.'s top-rated restaurant is still going strong after three years, especially for small plates and after-work cocktails.
  • Mario Batali’s ode to all things Italian and edible fortunately has an outpost that takes up a whole city block. You can dine in or carry out; just be sure not to miss the creamy Taleggio—it is beyond words.
  • Performing everything from The Tempest and Othello along with best-ofs and modern classics, CST entertains some 30,000 audience members in Chicago with high production values and serious talent.
  • In a match made in mixology heaven, prodigal son and restaurant wunderkind Danny Meyer has partnered with the boys behind NYC's Dead Rabbit to create a whiskey bar.
  • The free center on Michigan Avenue between Randolph and Washington plays host to the Chicago Architecture Biennial, where global architects take over the entire space from October to January every other year.
  • Chicago architect Edward H. Bennett designed the fountain—one of the largest in the world—and French artist Marcel Loyau created the sculptural elements. When it’s in action, it goes off every 20 minutes.
  • This beloved track runs 18 miles along the coast of Lake Michigan, connecting beaches, picnic spots, parks and varied neighborhoods.
  • The pedestrian walkway that runs from Michigan Avenue to Lake Street has loads to offer outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Entertaining at home? Whole Foods has pretty much anything a host would want to offer their guests, and there are loads of other destination food halls from which to bring home the bacon.
  • Name a city with beaches in the heart of downtown—we dare you. In Streeterville, there are at least two fabulous lake beaches with two very different takes on the concept.

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