Located in Chicago’s West Loop, 900 Randolph will push the boundaries of the neighborhood’s typical low-rise design and height. Standing nearly 500 feet, the slender 43-story residential tower will include nearly 300 apartment units and a five-story podium with residential units along the street front as well as nearly 140 parking stalls, retail space, an amenity deck and access to public transportation.
- The structure's unique core layout uses an exterior corridor for the concrete core wall in order to avoid fin walls that would constrain unit layouts.
- The structural system is comprised of cast-in-place reinforced post-tensioned concrete floor plates, shearwalls and columns all founded on belled caissons.
- Tower columns are carefully coordinated with the parking layouts in the podium below in order to provide the most flexibility and parking stall counts.