Brand New Chicago Luxury Construction Perfect for an Art Aficionado

Photo via Ritz-Carlton Residences Chicago

The right property for an art collector is often unique. It should be somewhat of a blank canvas, with high ceilings that allow for large-scale pieces; it should be a space that can protect pieces from bright sunlight; and many include architectural details that create spaces ideal for showcasing paintings or sculptural pieces. It’s also an added bonus if the building itself lends itself to art appreciation.
While amenities like outdoor space and a state-of-the-art gym were once things to set a Chicago condo building apart, art has taken a front seat as a way to differentiate among new high-end developments. Many integrate art into the building’s public spaces, which makes it not only appealing to potential buyers, but others in the community as well. The Wall St. Journal recently covered this trend, highlighting one building in Chicago that was made for art aficionados in particular: The Ritz-Carlton Residences.
For the person who has his or her own art collection, or even if you simply enjoy art, this building was designed with you in mind. This is a unique new construction building that stands out from all of the luxury condos in the city, in part due to its gallery-like spaces in common areas and private art collection available only to the building’s residences. The units themselves feature high ceilings and ample wall space that allows for large, museum-quality artwork on each wall.
If you’re an art collector, I would be pleased to give you a personal tour, especially highlighting the ways your collection can work really well within this building. I also have access to an architectural lighting expert who has done the lighting for Chuck Close’s private art collection and can work with you on all of the fine lighting details to protect and showcase your art properly.
Buying a condo at the Ritz-Carlton Residence can even translate into buying a share of the building’s art collection. The pieces displayed throughout the building’s common areas are collectively owned by the homeowners, who could conceivably opt to change it out or sell it and divide the proceeds amongst themselves. The collection includes seven pieces worth around a half-million dollars, including works from local artists and noted Brazilian artist Vik Muniz.

Inside the Landmark Club at the Ritz-Carlton Residences. Photo via Ritz-Carlton Residences Chicago

The Ritz-Carlton Residences a Jewel of Luxury Living in Chicago
Art aside, the Ritz-Carlton Residences are one of the most sought-after buildings for luxury real estate in Chicago. A new construction property, its location right off of Michigan Avenue is ideal for shopping, dining, and a swift commute into the loop.
This is another building in Chicago real estate that goes beyond an address—living here is a lifestyle, filled with unsurpassed services and amenities that cater to every need. Other highlights of the Ritz-Carlton Residences include:
The best staff and service: The expert staff is trained and managed by the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, ensuring five-star services down to every detail. Whether its having the concierge get you last-minute dinner reservations or having dinner ready when you return from a business trip, the staff here will attend to even the most discriminating residents.
The Landmark Club: Residents here have exclusive access the building’s private club, designed for everything from unwinding to socializing to conducting business. This is also home to the building’s private art collection, along with a billiard room, wine storage, and screening room. A private chef can create custom meals in the club’s dining room or in the privacy of your home.
Resident Amenities: Valet parking, a private storage locker, and the Landmark Club and Spa are additional building amenities at the residents’ fingertips. The staff includes housekeepers, doormen, security and many others.
If you’d like to learn more about the Ritz-Carlton Residences or see this building in person, contact me at (312) 498-5080 or email me at