Project Overview

MILA sits prominently beside the historic Carbide and Carbon Building on a very tight site. With an east-west orientation and narrow face addressing Michigan Avenue, the new tower – the first skyscraper to go up on Michigan Avenue in five years – complements its Art Deco predecessor and encourages a dialogue between the buildings while permitting enough space for each to establish its distinct presence. The site was previously home to a 50 percent occupied, six-story office building. Understanding the growing demand for urban living, the John Buck Company was able to create a project that provides all the amenities of luxury apartments, with easy access to the amenities of the Loop. The 402 rental units share more than 30,000 square feet of amenities, including a bocce ball court, urban garden, rooftop swimming pool, sun deck, multiple lounges and a fitness center, to name a few. Tucked beneath the base is a 125-space parking garage. MILA is also home to two levels of retail space.

Project Keypoints

Bathxcessories estimated, procured, delivered all division 10, 11, and 12 items for 200 N Michigan Ave Residences in , Chicago Illinois.

Project Details
  • Contractor: Pepper Construction / McHugh Joint Venture
  • Architect: bKL Architecture

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