Photo credit to Angie Mcmonigal
We’re thrilled to announce The St. Regis Chicago was recently featured in The Wall Street Journal in a piece titled, “A Sculptural Skyscraper for Chicago.” The article, written by prominent architecture critic Michael J. Lewis, appeared in the Art Review section in the print edition on July 22.
Lewis’s piece marvels at the skyscraper’s unique structural attributes and accomplishments, calling it the “world’s largest work of inhabitable structure.” The third tallest building in the city and the tallest building in the world designed by a woman, Lewis calls The St. Regis Chicago electrifying against the sky and the city’s most prominent development.
Read the entire article or listen to an audible version on The Wall Street Journal or you can access the PDF version here: A Sculptural Skyscraper for Chicago.
If you’re interested in living in the most iconic addition to Chicago’s skyline, please inquire with The Residences at The St. Regis Chicago here.