From urban parks to world-class restaurants, area landmarks and the engaging Chicago Riverwalk, The Loop is brimming with some of the city’s best cultural attractions and celebrated destinations. Perhaps there’s no better way to experience it than from high above it all, with condo buildings promoting some of the best views that money can buy.

Legacy at Millennium Park

One of these sensational locations is from the top of Legacy at Millennium Park. This luxury condo building offers elegant homes with magnificent views of Lake Michigan, Grant Park and Millennium Park.

With a sky-bridge connecting it to the adjacent University Club of Chicago, the building sits within a short distance of some of Chicago’s most enviable parks and attractions. Residents also enjoy the scenery from the outdoor garden terrace and sundeck on the building’s 15th floor, as well as outdoor sky garden lounges on upper floors of the structure

130 North Garland

At 57-floors high, The Heritage at Millennium Park building includes more than 350 residential units, constructed in the mid 2000s. This exceptional property of studios through three-bedroom floor plans sits just off Michigan Avenue, behind the famed Chicago Cultural Center.

Noted as the tallest building of its kind in the Loop, the property offers a rooftop terrace, serving up spectacular lake, city and park views. In addition to this, there’s also a sundeck and patio on the pool level of the building, with the river, lakefront and famed Magnificent Mile just a short stroll away from its ground level.

6 N. Michigan

With exceptional views of the cityscape and Lake Michigan, 6 N Michigan Avenue also boasts views of Millennium Park, in fact, it’s located just across the street. This exceptional, luxury condo building enjoys a prime address, with a rooftop deck and large terraces.

A short walk from the park, high-end shops and premiere restaurants too, the property also features a fitness facility, on-site parking and a 24-hour doorman. The charming building was once the tallest in the city, even boasting a public observation deck years ago.

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