“345 W Fullerton Parkway condos offer amazing city, park and lake views with an outstanding Lincoln Park location close to everything.”
Originally designed and built in 1974 as a two tower apartment building by famous Chicago modernist architect Harry Weese, 345 W Fullerton Parkway was converted to condos in 1990.
Among his expansive number of impressive architectural projects, Harry Weese designed Washington D.C. Metro Stations and here in Chicago the Time-Life Building and the Latin School. His restoration projects include three favorites: the Auditorium Theatre, the Field Museum and Orchestra Hall.
345 W Fullerton condos features 24-hr door staff, on site management/ maintenance, an exercise room and a sundeck area complete with grills. There’s rental parking onsite with optional valet parking.
The assessments here include heat, air conditioning, water, common insurance, doorman, TV/cable, exercise facilities, exterior maintenance, lawn care, scavenger, snow removal and internet access.
Views, views and more views!
In addition to the modernist style and ample amenities, condos are known to have some of the best views in Chicago. Many units here offer spectacular views of the expansive Lake Michigan, serene North Pond, green and gorgeous Lincoln Park and Chicago’s spectacular skyline.
City, park and lake views!
Beyond style, amenities and views this building offers residents an amazing location. Live here and you’ll be right across the street from Lincoln Park. Moreover, from here it’s a quick walk to the lakefront path, dozens of excellent Lincoln Park restaurants and fantastic shopping. In addition, there’s easy transportation access to Lakeshore Drive as well as multiple CTA bus lines and the Red Line.