840 N. Lake Shore Drive or "840 on the Park" is a Lucien Lagrange
inspired modern version of a 19th century Parisian stone tower.
Construction was completed in 2004, 840 on the park prominently stands
27 stories tall. The building is clad in limestone and covered by a
zinc mansard roof. The building's design incorporates recessed
balconies and a nearly full cylinder of bay windows at Southeast of the
building. The views at 840 on the Park have unobstructed lake and
central city exposures.
With a total of 73 residences, ranging in size
from 2,100 to a 8,700 square foot penthouse, those residents that call
840 N. LSD home have been spared no creative expense. The building
amenities include a penthouse promenade level and climate controlled
wine storage facility for all residents. All homes incorporate outdoor
terraces and the building is capped by one penthouse. The bedroom
options are two, three, and four bedroom condominiums.
Developed by LR Chicago
Construction by McHugh Construction