The Lancaster

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The Lancaster
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General information
Status Complete
Type Residential
Location 201 N. Westshore Drive
Chicago, Illinois
Completed 2005
Technical details
Floor count 30
Design and construction
Architect Loewenberg Architects
Developer Magellan Development Group & Hanwha Engineering & Construction Corp.
Main contractor James McHugh Construction Co.
Other information
Number of units approx. 200 residential

The Lancaster was the first luxury residential condominium tower completed at Lakeshore East in Chicago. Finished in 2005, the 30-story building features an asymmetrical design with glass, steel and concrete construction. Approximately 200 residential units occupy floors 1-29, and the 30th floor provides access to a landscaped roof deck. All units have private balconies as well. Other building amenities include a modern fitness center, on-site dry cleaning and package receiving, 24-hour door staff, on-site building management and maintenance, deeded parking, storage, planned social activities, and a recreation lounge. The Lancaster was designed by Loewenberg Architects and developed by Magellan Development Group. The building contractor was James McHugh Construction Co.[1]

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Coordinates: 41°53′11″N 87°36′58″W / 41.8863°N 87.6161°W / 41.8863; -87.6161