1700 East 56th Street is the tallest building in Chicago south of 13th St.
Designed by Loewenberg Architects and completed in 1968.
The condominium conversion in 1994 had 5 different unit designs.
Each design is named after a famous architect from Chicago.
•The Adler, a 569-square-foot (52.9 m2) studio unit
Tiers 3 and 6
•The Burnham, a 793-square-foot (73.7 m2) 1-bedroom, 1-bath unit
Tiers 4, 5 and 10
•The Sullivan, a 1,166-square-foot (108.3 m2) 2-bedroom, 2-bath unit
•The Mies van der Rohe, a 1,263-square-foot (117.3 m2) corner 2-bedroom, 2-bath unit
Tiers 2, 7 and 8
•The Wright, a 1,648-square-foot (153.1 m2) corner 3-bedroom, 3-bath unit.
The building has 10 "tiers." To identify these on the file below, look for the numbers on the entrance door to each unit.
Some units have been modified and/or combined and thus may be larger.