Trump Tower Chicago's $32 Million Penthouse Vacancy
Spanning an entire floor of the tallest residential skyscraper in the western hemisphere, this exquisite penthouse has been on the market for more than 200 days.
It's one-of-a-kind. Really. A penthouse that takes up an entire floor in the tallest residential skyscraper in the western hemisphere. Designed by Chicagoan architect Adrian Smith, the Trump International Hotel and Tower literally banks from the river into the clouds, soaring 1,170 feet above the city. The vacancy at the top of the exclusive River North address has been on the market for more than 200 days, holding its eyebrow-raising $32 million sticker price steady with nary a single droplet in price for the dramatic 5-bedroom, 8-bath set-piece. (At the time of this post, it's the most expensive listing in Chicago.) We hate to gush, but, this suite, spanning 14,000 square feet with 16-foot ceilings, unobstructed 360-degree city and lake views, and a sleek glass and sky-soaked minimalism is simply exquisite.
At 92 stories, the gleaming 401 North Wabash skyscraper has 472 residences. And this newest city landmark has become a fave among celebrities seeking privacy and Trump-style amenities: private dog runs, private entrances, 24/7 on-call staff, in-room catering, spas, Michelin-starred restaurants. “Nobody bothers you here,” Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose told Crain's Chicago Business. Rose bought a condo here – the ultimate bachelor pad – in 2012 for $2.8 million. Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane also calls the Trump home. As for the penthouse, well, that was The Donald's former abode. Which begs the question: Who's on your short list of possible owners?
Repped by Chezi Rafaeli of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate.