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News + Press

  Chicago Mag:  Condo Sales now underway for Jahn-designed 1000M Tower

Chicago Mag: Condo Sales now underway for Jahn-designed 1000M Tower

  Eluxe Mag : 1000M named one of the two hypoallergenic friendly luxury homes in Chicago!

Eluxe Mag: 1000M named one of the two hypoallergenic friendly luxury homes in Chicago!

  Modern Luxury : "It will be iconic because the curves and cuts and slopes make it one of a kind."- Helmut Jahn discussing 1000M

Modern Luxury: "It will be iconic because the curves and cuts and slopes make it one of a kind."- Helmut Jahn discussing 1000M

  Crain's Chicago Business:  First look inside planned Helmut Jahn condo tower

Crain's Chicago Business: First look inside planned Helmut Jahn condo tower

  BOSS Magazine : “This has the capacity to transform the industry at large, changing the way tall buildings are designed, and allowing for much more efficient core designs, as well as better connectivity in buildings.” - Anthony Wood discussing ThyssenKrupp Elevator Test Tower.

BOSS Magazine: “This has the capacity to transform the industry at large, changing the way tall buildings are designed, and allowing for much more efficient core designs, as well as better connectivity in buildings.” - Anthony Wood discussing ThyssenKrupp Elevator Test Tower.

  Chicagomag:  “The Thompson Center is indicative of the postmodern movement and Helmut’s goal of reflecting a transparent and open government through design is significant and full of impact,” says McDonald. “It’s important that people see that this building has a place in Chicago’s future and it’s our job to help ensure that it has a place as a future landmark.”

Chicagomag: “The Thompson Center is indicative of the postmodern movement and Helmut’s goal of reflecting a transparent and open government through design is significant and full of impact,” says McDonald. “It’s important that people see that this building has a place in Chicago’s future and it’s our job to help ensure that it has a place as a future landmark.”