The Shoreham

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The Shoreham
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General information
Status Complete
Type Residential
Location 400 E. South Water Street
Chicago, Illinois
Completed 2005
Roof 450 ft (140 m)
Technical details
Floor count 46
Design and construction
Architect Loewenberg Architects
Developer Magellan Development Group
Main contractor Walsh

The Shoreham was completed in 2005 as the first luxury rental residence in the Lakeshore East development in Chicago. The 173-meter (450 ft) 46-story tower accommodates 548 residences and was designed by Loewenberg Architects and developed by Magellan Development. The Shoreham won several awards including Winner 10 CAMME awards from the Chicagoland Apartment Association and capturing the coveted Paragon award from the National Apartment Association, The Shoreham was named the 2007 Apartment Community of the Year. In addition to a private club floor (on the 16th floor), the building is home to on-site banking facilities and a gourmet Italian cafe.[1]

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