Project description: The 400 West Huron Condominium Development, designed by Berkelhamer Architects, includes 46 condominiums in a 15-story tower located at the northwest corner of Huron and Sedgwick Streets in Chicago, Illinois. Seventy-three parking spaces are provided, along with a 2,700 square foot restaurant on the first floor of the building. The tower is replete with a business center, entertainment facilities, exercise facilities and an outdoor roof deck on the fifteenth floor of the building. The exterior of the 400 West Huron Condominium Development contains varied facades with undulation and setbacks that respond to the different functions and condominium unit-types on the interior of the buildings. The building is designed with exposed structural steel with bolted connections and aluminum and glass operable windows. Metal terraces, glass railings and balconies punctuate the facades. The cornice lines are varied and expressive of the exposed steel vernacular that will announce the building’s unique location The building celebrates a new kind of “boutique residential” living experience in this eclectic River North area of Chicago.