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Millie on Michigan, overlooking Chicago's Magnificent Mile, is Sterling Bay's first residential development

Sterling Bay, Magellan Begin Pre-leasing at Mag Mile Resi Tower 

Sterling Bay and Magellan Development Group have launched pre-leasing at Millie on Michigan, a luxury residential tower at 300 N Michigan Ave. First move-ins are slated for July. 

Rising 47 stories above the Magnificent Mile, Millie features 289 luxury apartments, including convertibles, one- and two-bedrooms, as well as a 280-key boutique hotel and vibrant ground floor retail. Rental rates range from $2,164 to $4,848 depending on unit size. 

“The beginning of pre-leasing at the first residential property completed by Sterling Bay is an historic accomplishment for our hard-working and innovative team,” said Andy Gloor, CEO of Sterling Bay. “Millie on Michigan is truly an exceptional property with stunning views, phenomenal amenities, and beautiful interiors that will provide superior living for Chicagoans for years to come. Our team has never been more excited to continue building properties that meet the needs of employers, employees, and residents of this incredible city.” 


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