Chicago’s landscape is truly a welcome sight from any vantage point, but an unobstructed view from one of the city’s high-rise buildings is a coveted feature for Chicago real estate. One Chicago new construction building that stands above the rest when it comes to views is Trump Tower.
When I speak with buyers interested in luxury real estate in Chicago, one thing almost always falls on their list of what they’re looking for: a fantastic view. With a towering city view that glows beautifully at night on one side and the vast, ocean-like openness of Lake Michigan on the other, many Chicago condos offer at least a sliver of city sights.
Chicago’s landscape is truly a welcome sight from any vantage point, but an unobstructed view from one of the city’s high-rise buildings is a coveted feature for Chicago real estate. One Chicago new construction building that stands above the rest when it comes to views is Trump Tower. From studio floorplans to penthouse suites, residents of the 92-story Trump Tower (one of the city’s tallest buildings) not only enjoy striking city and lake views, but the Chicago River as well. Trump Tower’s curvilinear shape on one side enables some units to have near full-circle views of the city below. And because Chicago condos inside Trump Tower begin on the 29th floor, there isn’t a bad view in the house.
A stunning panorama is just one aspect of the Trump lifestyle, but here’s a look at Trump Tower’s available floorplans and the scenery they have to offer (click any image to enlarge):
Trump Tower’s smallest studio flooplan offers northwest city views.
Positioned on the western corner, this studio showcases a view from the north to Lake Michigan.
Facing northwest, this floorplan has a panorama of the city to the Hancock building.
The Residence I floorplan on the southeast side comes with a view of Lake Michigan.
Each room in this floorplan lines the northwest wall, giving each space its own city view.
Facing straight west and beginning on the 72nd floor, these units feature spectacular city views of Chicago.
These units face due west for great city views, and below the 55th floor, residents face the beauty of the IBM building.
Lake Michigan sits on the north side of these northwest-facing units.
On floors 29 through 40, these units offer a great view of the Chicago River and all the way to Navy Pier.
Facing almost due east, this view has it all: the Chicago River, Navy Pier and Lake Michigan.
On the southwestern curve of Trump Tower, views from this floorplan span all the way from due west to practically due east.
These units are located on the building’s southwest curve, showcasing the entire city, Lake Michigan and the Chicago River.
Residence A: Units on this northeast curve can view the city, lake and river, with a vast panorama in the living and dining room.
To get a further look into floorplans of Trump Tower condos or to experience the views first hand, give me a call at 312-264-5853 or email me a firstname.lastname@example.org.