One Museum Park

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One Museum Park
Chicago September 2016-20.jpg
View from Grant Park
General information
Status Complete
Type Residential
Location 1211 South Prairie Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
Coordinates 41°52′02″N 87°37′18″W / 41.867100°N 87.621600°W / 41.867100; -87.621600Coordinates: 41°52′02″N 87°37′18″W / 41.867100°N 87.621600°W / 41.867100; -87.621600
Construction started 2007
Completed 2009
Opening 2009
Height
Roof 726 ft (221 m)
Technical details
Floor count 62
Design and construction
Architect Pappageorge/Haymes, Ltd.
Structural engineer Samartano & Company

One Museum Park is a skyscraper in Chicago, United States. It was designed by Chicago-based architecture firm Pappageorge Haymes, Ltd.[1] and is located in the Near South Side community area.

Overview[edit]

One Museum Park is the tallest building in the Central Station development, the tallest building on the south side of Chicago and the tallest in Chicago south of Van Buren Street. It is also the second tallest all-residential building in Chicago after the Legacy at Millennium Park.

Museum Park is a complex of multiple residential towers within the Central Station development at the southern edge of Grant Park, across Lake Shore Drive from Chicago's Museum Campus. Construction of One Museum Park was followed by the 54-story The Grant (formerly One Museum Park West), directly to the west at the corner of Roosevelt Road and Indiana Avenue.

Education[edit]

The building is zoned to schools in the Chicago Public Schools.

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