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1407 on Michigan

Located at the corner of South Michigan Avenue and 14th Street, this state-of-the-art residential tower features 199 rental units (from studios to 3-bedroom apartments) and over 40,000 square feet of commercial space in the heart of the South Loop. 

Known for its rich history in museums, parks, entertainment, restaurants, and education, the South Loop is a residential oasis in downtown Chicago. Walkable to world renowned cultural, recreational, and entertainment institutions like The Field Museum, Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium and Soldier Field, the South Loop is rich with attractive neighborhood amenities from national retailers to locally owned stores and restaurants. The Property is a 5-minute walk to two national grocery chains and surrounded by fast casual and tavern concepts. Easily accessible to public transportation, walk and bike trails and major thoroughfares like Lake Shore Drive, 1407 On Michigan boasts near perfect walk & transit scores.

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This is more than just a place to call your own. With up scale urban apartments, versatile floor plans, the finest quality finishes and clean, contemporary design.

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Amenities

A LITTLE MORE ABOUT OUR PROPERTIES

1407 N Michigan is a true full-amenity building. Amenities include 24 hour door staff, onsite management, a massive work out room featuring Hoist equipment, outdoor fitness center, dog run, basketball court, yoga studio, locker rooms with sauna, onsite press box dry cleaning, conference room, and beautiful party room with kitchen, bar, game room, fireplace & theatre. Incredible outdoor pool deck featuring grills, fire pits, cabanas & beautiful lake views.

  • Floor to Ceiling Windows
  • Breathtaking Views
  • Oversized Private Balconies
PARTY ROOM
GAME ROOM
MOVIE THEATRE

Explore Our Community

HERE IS WHERE YOU WANT TO BE

Chicago’s South Loop neighborhood is home to a variety of historical attractions. The Field Museum, Adler Planetarium, and Shedd Aquarium can all be found within this neighborhood. Locals flock to the beautiful lakefront paths extending out from Grant Park. This park is the host of major city events such as Lollapalooza and Taste of Chicago. Nature lovers can find their sanctuary in Northerly Island while sports fans can enjoy Soldier Field, home of the Chicago Bears football team. Business professionals can be found meeting in McCormick Place, the largest convention center in the country. Along South Michigan Avenue you can find the Motor Row District, an area that belonged to Chicago’s wealthy elite at the end of the 19th century. Printer’s Row, another historic neighborhood, was once the home of the Midwest’s publishing industry and is now filled with small music venues, restaurants, theaters, and museums. Another historical site is Dearborn Station at the south end of Printer’s Row. It is the oldest train station still being used in Chicago.