Welcome to 400 N LaSalle

The 45-story glass tower at 400 N. LaSalle was designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz & Associates and completed in 2004. In the beginning, units were offered as luxury apartments for rent, but were then converted to condominiums and are now among the most desirable homes in River North. With 452 individual units, 400 N. LaSalle offers the finest aspects of luxury living, including prime location, unparalleled city views and stunning architecture and design.

Beyond the building's modernist style and attractive interior design, it provides residents with several onsite amenities. As most would expect, there is a clubhouse party room available for special events, sundeck with public grills, an outdoor heated pool, whirlpool spa and full-size exercise facility. Taking things to the next level are onsite dry cleaning and valet parking services, a ground-level Camille's Café and a beautifully landscaped courtyard. Tending to residents' additional needs are a 24-hour doorman, onsite manager and maintenance chief.

For the individual units, residents can choose from one of twelve floorplan options; these range in size from a 515-square foot studio to 1,530-square foot unit with two bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths and a separate den. Kitchens are equipped with stainless steel appliances, black granite countertops and breakfast bars. Many condos are pre-equipped with in-unit washers and dryers, though all units provide the necessary hookups. Select studio and single-bedroom units feature a simple Juliet balcony, while larger units feature both a Juliet and full-size, walkout balcony.

River North is among Chicago's most interesting and affluent neighborhoods. Known to many as The River North Gallery District, this neighborhood boasts the largest concentration of art galleries in the world (other than Manhattan in NYC), including the Aldo Castillo Gallery, the David Leonardis Gallery and the Andrew Bae Gallery.

Dining here runs the gamut, from the gourmet offerings of Chef Stephanie Izard at Girl and the Goat to top notch tapas at Café Iberico and classic diner fare at Ed Debevic's. For a night out, you'll happily find yourself in close proximity to Chicago's House of Blues as well as the Hard Rock Café. For something a little more classic-feeling and low-key, check out the Green Door Tavern, hailed as the city's oldest, the Clark Street Ale House or Brehon Pub. Plus, for sunny afternoons of shopping, you're in the neighborhood of Merchandise Mart and only a short walk from the retail haven of The Magnificent Mile.