150 North Riverside is one of Chicago’s most impressive new skyscrapers situated alongside the Chicago River. The highrise skyscraper building is is 53 stories tall with a height of 747 feet to the roof. This large building only encompasses an impressive twenty-five percent of the lot. Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. The building features a stunningly beautiful LED art display designed by Yuge Zhou, Director and Curator of 150 Media Stream
The large building’s Architect, Chicago based Goettsch Partners, www.gpchicago.com utilized an ingenious cantilever design to maximize the amount of office space above the small two-acre lot along side the high demand west bank Chicago river real estate. At the ENR Midwest 2017 Best Projects Awards ceremony Goettsch Partners’ high rise project was presented with multiple awards including the top honor “Project of the Year award”. The masterpiece was also recognized as Best Project in the Office/Retail/Mixed-Use category.
Chicago, Illinois & Bethesda, Maryland based Clark Construction www.clarkconstruction.com completed work on the superstructure in 2017 and won a “Build America Award” for building this 54-story office tower with 1.2 million square feet of leasable space cantilevering off a concrete core enclosed in a curtainwall façade.
The developer for 150 N Riverside was Chicago, IL based John O’Donnell, Riverside Investment and Development Company. 150 North Riverside boasts 1.2 million square foot ofClass A+ office development located in the dynamic West Loop submarket. Located at the confluence of the three branches of the Chicago River, the Project offers a premiere location, convenient access to all major transportation systems, premium view corridors, large open floor plates and lobbies, and state-of-the-art building technology. Situated in between Randolph and Lake St this transit oriented site is steps away from commuter and CTA rail lines. On-site amenities include a conference center, board rooms, a luxury restaurant, a 6,000 Square Foot fitness center as well as 100 valet and reserved parking stalls. The Project delivers an unprecedented 1.5 acre landscaped public park at the base of the building as well as 360 feet of Riverwalk frontage. The modern architectural style utilizes a steel structure, concrete core construction, high performance floor to ceiling glass, 9’-6”clear ceiling height, and high end stone elements at the pedestrian level and lobbies. The iconic design has achieved LEED Gold pre-certification and features the most technologically advanced mechanical and building systems in the market.
The structural engineer was Seattle, Washington based Magnusson Klemencic Associates. Class A office tower on an extremely challenging site adjacent to the Chicago River and active Amtrak rail lines. In response to the multiple site challenges, the building features an innovative, tapered superstructure design to create a footprint equal to just 25% of the tower’s floor area. Building accelerations are managed with 12 liquid mass dampers, and the project includes many innovations and engineering “firsts,” including the development of a thin concrete central building core structural system; use of the largest rolled steel sections in the world; design of a high-capacity primary foundation system using half as many support pilings; and many more. Awards include: 2016 Jurors’ Favorite/Most Innovative Structure, Excellence in Structural Engineering, Structural Engineers Association of Illinois, 2017 Building Team Award, Platinum Award, Building Design + Construction, 2017 New Construction Chicago Over $55 Million Finalist, Chicago Building Congress Merit Awards. MILLER+MILLER specializes in High-rise Skyscraper Buildings Photography and much more.
Our Chicago hotel building exterior photography shoot of the Marriott Marquis Chicago Hotel Skyscraper occurred a few days after the Marriott International Hotel Company first opened the Marriott Marquis’ doors on September 10th. Our architectural photography and Chicago hotel photographer husband & wife company met with our Construction Company client over the Summer to discuss photographing several Chicago area buildings. Our photography company has experience in hotels, hospitality & resort photography in Chicago and beyond. Our client booked not only Chicago hotel photography, but 15 finished construction building photo projects for the company’s marketing department portfolio, press releases, and promotional imagery. The architectural Chicago hotel photography of the Marriott Marquis Chicago Hotel need to be timed and scheduling of the photo shoot was in the early Fall season – awaiting the exterior building construction completion.
Our architectural photography company incorporated in 2006 and based in Chicago has photographed hotel additions, hospitality renovations, architecture, and hotel construction photography over the years. The Marriott Marquis hotel is one of the tallest hotel skyscraper in Chicago to be built and during construction has also been called Chicago’s new Mega Hotel. The 1,205 room hotel is currently Chicago’s sixth largest hotel. A modern Chicago hotel with a distinctive blue all glass curtain wall skyscraper hotel construction design. The 40-story structure in Chicago’s South Loop skyline is located near the three corners of MLK Drive, Cermak Road and Prairie Avenue. An array of photos of the new construction hotel were photographed. Photos focused on architectural hotel building images showcasing the hotel property’s full construction. As well as architectural construction details images and photography of the hotel combining in parts of the nearby convention center and arena buildings. The combo of images help to showcase not only hospitality images of the hotel, but also the property’s location adjacent to the Chicago buildings of the McCormick Place Convention Center and Wintrust Arena.
The new Marriott Marquis hotel building is one of the first with completed construction in the South Loop area’s new McCormick Square Development area. A boom of construction is underway in the rapidly-evolving McCormick Square part of town. Design Build construction companies, architects, and developers are changing the South Loop – beginning to redefine Chicago’s overall skyline moving it further to the South. Construction overall is booming in Chicago’s South Loop and is nearing delivery of thousands of new apartments and hotel rooms. This article takes a look at twelve high-rise building projects under construction in Chicago’s South Loop.
Stay tuned for our resorts, hospitality and interior photography section of hotels. Step inside the interior of Chicago’s Marriott Marquis hotel, inside the lobby you’ll find modern luxury finishes, fine interior designed guest rooms, and 44 luxury suites. The luxurious new Chicago hotel features two event ballrooms, signature event space on the 33rd floor offering these striking skyline and photo views of the downtown Chicago skyscrapers and Lake Michigan from on-top of the Marriott Marquis, a state-of-the-art fitness center, club lounge, street-level bar, and easy access to area restaurants, the 10,387-seat Wintrust Arena, famous McCormick Place Convention Center, and the recently renovated historic American Book Company building an addition to the Marquis hotel with meeting spaces – all of which are adjacent and nearby. More conveniences, the Chicago’s Marriott Marquis construction links directly to McCormick Place Convention Center and the adjacent Wintrust Arena via pedestrian walkway bridges.
Marriott Marquis Chicago, and the adjacent 10,387-seat Wintrust Arena opened in the Fall of 2017. Construction of the Marriott Marquis Chicago was by Clark Construction. The Clark Construction Group was the lead member of the design-build joint venture team called Prairie District3 Partners (PD3), partnered with the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (MPEA) whom worked together to deliver the $350 million hotel. The Clark-Led venture with Prairie District3 Partners is comprised of construction partners Clark Construction Group, Bulley & Andrews Construction Firm, LLC, Old Veteran Construction, engineering infrastructure by McKissack & McKissack Midwest, and Powers & Sons Construction Company. Architect and Design partners Goettsch Partners and Moody Nolan with Gensler providing the hotel’s initial design concept and schematic design. Curtain wall, blue glass cladding by Harmon, Inc. Branding & Interiors by Simeone Deary Design Group.
Miller + Miller Architectural Photography are Chicago photographers who photograph buildings, hotels, skyscrapers, luxury, new construction, residential, hospitality, interiors, exteriors, commercial, residential, and more. Contact us about Chicago Architectural Photography. Our photographer team of Ryan and Sarah Miller who’s limits are endless … aerial drone photos and video, skyscraper architectural photos, luxury high-rise condominium photography, 5-star hotel interior photography, boutique hotel, resorts, business plazas, architectural landmarks, lavish estates, commercial properties, industrial skyscrapers, or residential high-rise Chicago buildings.
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