The Grant

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The Grant
One Museum Park and One Museum Park West in 2011.JPG
One Museum Park (on the left) and The Grant (on the right)
Former namesOne Museum Park West
General information
LocationRoosevelt Road and Indiana Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
Coordinates41°52′02″N 87°37′20″W / 41.867100°N 87.622250°W / 41.867100; -87.622250Coordinates: 41°52′02″N 87°37′20″W / 41.867100°N 87.622250°W / 41.867100; -87.622250
Construction startedMarch 2007
OpeningJuly 2010
Tip181 metres (594 ft)[1]
Roof180.09 metres (590.8 ft)
Top floor161.89 metres (531.1 ft)
Technical details
Floor count54
Floor area92,987 m2 (1,000,900 sq ft)
Design and construction
ArchitectPappageorge/Haymes, Ltd.[2]

The Grant (formerly One Museum Park West) is the companion structure to One Museum Park in the Near South Side community area (neighborhood) in Chicago, Illinois, USA. It is located at the north end of the Central Station development.


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 The Grant followed the 62-story One Museum Park, directly to the east. In 2006, the Prairie District Neighborhood Alliance, a non-profit organization was formed to provide representation for thousands of South Loop residents, including the Prairie District, Central Station and Museum Park, Motor Row, the South Michigan Ave Corridor, as well as other areas of the Near South Side.

In July 2012, the building was acquired by New York-based Related Companies along with the former 1600 Museum Park and Museum Park Place 2 and later renamed The Grant, Adler Place and Harbor View.[3] Nearly all of the 238 unsold units in the building[4] were sold by May 2015.[5]


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



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  2. ^ Pappageorge Haymes, Ltd., Chicago, USA.
  3. ^ Podmolik, Mary Ellen (February 12, 2013). "Downtown condo market showing signs of life". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved October 30, 2014.
  4. ^ Matthews, David Lee (February 13, 2013). "Related reboots failed South Loop condo projects". Crain's Chicago Business. Retrieved October 30, 2014.
  5. ^ Rodkin, Dennis (May 12, 2015). "Three years after South Loop deal, 504 condos almost gone". Crain's Chicago Business. Retrieved June 14, 2017.
  6. ^ South Loop Elementary School Archived November 3, 2006, at the Wayback Machine, Chicago, USA.

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