Located at 29 South LaSalle in the heart of Chicago’s Loop, Millennium on Lasalle represents LaSalle Street’s first complete residential conversion—of the existing 13-story office building to a highly amenitized development that blends contemporary finishes and conveniences with captivating historic elements. 216 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments include the latest in “smart” mechanical systems and technological conveniences, including integrated USB power sources throughout, a pre-wired media hub, and bluetooth audio.
A new 14th floor amenity level was added to the building and includes a pool, a lounge, a fitness room, a dog run, and landscaped roof deck. In the basement, residents have access to multimedia screening & game rooms, a musical practice space with recording booth, a dog wash room, laundry/dry cleaning valet, and secure private storage. Bicycle storage in the basement will connect to a first-floor bike workshop via a stair with bike-friendly ramp.
The lobby was renovated with new contemporary finishes, furniture, and lighting—providing a modern aesthetic within the historic marble-clad space. A coffee / media lounge was created on the first floor, and the streetscape of adjacent Arcade Place was planned to accommodate outdoor cafe-style seating as an additional common area. The building–built as the National Life Building—was designed by Jenney & Mundie and completed in 1902. The building was renovated in 1940 and was most recently known as Barrister Hall.