Imperial Towers Condominium stands on a three acre site, nine minutes and 5.5 miles north of downtown along Chicago’s storied lakefront. Its twin towers are located in the heart of Buena Park, one of the city’s premier historic districts with block after block of unique homes designed by such noted Chicago architects as George Maher and Frank Lloyd Wright. The area was first developed by wealthy merchants who wanted a location close to Lake Michigan, near their businesses, but removed from the city’s center. To the south the building overlooks the distinctive residences of National Landmark Hutchinson Street, while to the east it overlooks Lincoln Park’s Montrose Harbor, Sidney R. Marovitz Golf Course and Lake Shore Drive.
Residents and their guests appreciate the appeal of this rare neighborhood with its tree-lined streets adjacent to Lake Michigan. Two express bus routes, the #146 and the #136 transport riders to Chicago’s Magnificent Mile and the downtown area in minutes.