Offering stunning fluid design with the shape of the building borne through its unique wave-like balconies, these downtown Chicago condos feature distinct exteriors that are unlike any other space in the city. Aqua Apartments condos, which range from studios to three-bedroom residences, begin on the 53rd floor and rise to the penthouse level on the 81st floor. And with your new home’s striking finishes including hardwood floors and high-end fixtures, elegant and contemporary elements will welcome you home every time.
Endless opportunities await you at The Shore Club with 115,000 square feet on two floors of indoor and outdoor amenities. With exclusive access to the Media Room with theater-style seating, the Spa and Fitness Center complete with cardio and strength-training equipment, a whirlpool, lap pool, steam and sauna, massage and more, you’ll experience a new standard in luxury amenities.
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Aqua Apartments is located on Columbus Drive just steps away from the best the city has to offer, including Michigan Avenue, Millennium Park, Lakefront recreation, and the Arts and Business Districts. Not only is the location ideal and you can walk to all the hot spots but Aqua Apartments is designed for LEED qualification. The ‘green’ character of Aqua Apartments and Lakeshore East is embodied in numerous ways that merit mention, ranging from its location and master plan to the extraordinary and expansive Aqua Apartments outdoor deck.
You are enrolled in our Magellan Rewards program that allows you access to Magellan’s preferred partners and numerous events. Not to mention the Lakeshore East eco-friendly shuttle.
“Aqua Apartments was shaped by an organic design process. This building is highly sculptural and transforms as one moves further away. We achieved this by creating a series of contours defined by outdoor terraces that extend away from the face of the structure to capture views that would otherwise be unattainable. These terraces are further defined around the facades to produce a sculptural form that responds to site and use. Its three dimensional qualities result in an exciting new addition to Chicago’s skyline.”