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The Parkshore

The Parkshore
General information
Type Residential
Location 195 North Harbor Drive, Chicago, Illinois
Coordinates

41°53′8.49″N 87°36′52.90″W / 41.8856917°N 87.6146944°W / 41.8856917; -87.6146944Coordinates: 41°53′8.49″N 87°36′52.90″W / 41.8856917°N 87.6146944°W / 41.8856917; -87.6146944

Completed 1991
Height
Roof 556 ft (169 m)
Design and construction
Architect Barancik Conte

The Parkshore is a 556ft (169m) tall skyscraper in Chicago, Illinois. It was completed in 1991 and has 56 floors. Barancik Conte designed the building, which is the 53rd tallest in Chicago.

Position in Chicago's skyline

311 South WackerWillis TowerChicago Board of Trade Building111 South WackerAT&T Corporate CenterKluczynski Federal BuildingCNA CenterChase TowerThree First National PlazaMid-Continental PlazaRichard J. Daley CenterChicago Title and Trust Center77 West WackerPittsfield BuildingLeo Burnett BuildingThe Heritage at Millennium ParkCrain Communications BuildingIBM PlazaOne Prudential PlazaTwo Prudential PlazaAon CenterBlue Cross and Blue Shield Tower340 on the ParkPark TowerOlympia Centre900 North MichiganJohn Hancock CenterWater Tower PlaceHarbor PointThe ParkshoreNorth Pier ApartmentsLake Point TowerJay Pritzker PavilionBuckingham FountainLake MichiganLake MichiganLake MichiganThe skyline of a city with many large skyscrapers; in the foreground are a green park and a lake with many sailboats moored on it. Over 30 of the skyscrapers and some park features are labeled.

See also

References

  • SkyscraperPage
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