Co-developers Time Equities, JK Equities, and Oak Capitals have officially launched the marketing campaign for 1000M as the structure nears topping out. Rising above Grant Park in the South Loop, the 73-story tower is set to transform the Chicago skyline.
With a newly launched website – www.1000MChicago.com - interested renters can be the first to get priority invites to tour the property’s showroom opening this Fall, as well as sneak peaks at unit plans, renderings, construction updates, and they will be among the first to have access to select their apartment home in the new tower.
New renderings feature a glimpse of what the tower will look like when it’s complete as well as a few examples of the 738 lavish apartments in the building and the rooftop pool amenity deck for the building, just part of the over 80,000 square feet of amenity offerings for future tenants.
1000M was designed by the late, luminary German architect Helmut Jahn and his company, Jahn, which remains the architectural firm of record for the development. Renowned Chicago-based interior designer, Kara Mann, designed the apartment and amenity area interiors.
“We think that luxury apartment renters in Chicago are going to be extremely impressed with 1000M. We’ve had the benefit of time to completely redesign the apartments and public areas – every detail has been carefully optimized. We hope to exceed resident expectations, which is, of course, not an easy thing to do,” said Robert Singer, Director of Development at TEI. “And beyond the tower itself, the South Michigan Ave/Grant Park/Museum Campus neighborhood has continued its dramatic evolution into maybe the premier residential neighborhood in the city," Singer added.
With McHugh Construction serving as the general contractor, photos show the progress of the building with the concrete structure nearly topped out and the curtain wall facade following behind it. First unit deliveries are anticipated in Spring 2024, with additional units being delivered in phases throughout the balance of 2024.