As the building gets ready to welcome its first residents later this year, Vista Tower is offering a look inside one of its luxurious residences. Vista includes 396 residential units total, and due to the design of the building, no two floor plans are alike.

Each one of Vista Tower’s residences are rich with detail and emits boundless style, while offering unmatched services and amenities. The interiors are meticulously curated from the finest materials and exceptional, high-end finishes and top of the line appliances from brands including Snaidero, Kohler KALLISTA and Gaggenau.

Each home features sweeping panoramic views unlike any other in the city, also offering residents prime access to Chicago’s lakefront, Riverwalk, park spaces, shopping, and dining just steps from their front door. Read about the top interior design elements residents can get excited about in the most extraordinary luxury residence in Chicago.

Interiors by Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA)

Hirsch Bedner Associates, one of the top interior design firms in the world, led the interior designs and finished packages for Vista residences and the luxurious Sky 360 residences of Vista Tower. Mirroring the natural elements that inspired the design of the Tower’s exterior, HBA created four distinct and timeless interior palettes — Topaz, Fluorite, Amethyst and Sapphire — to complement a variety of tastes.

“We design aspirational spaces, so when a potential buyer sees them, they say ‘this is what I want,’” explained Kathleen Dauber, partner at Hirsch Bender Associates. “We worked with Studio Gang to ensure all the interiors of Vista Tower complement the architectural designs of Jeanne Gang and are clean, streamlined, open and modern to maximize the space and draw the eyes toward the breathtaking views beyond.”

Kohler KALLISTA Stainless Steel Elements

The elegant double-bowl, stainless steel sinks designed by Kohler as well as faucets and accessories designed by KALLISTA leave the bathrooms in every Vista Tower residence feeling refined and polished. Vista kitchens are outfitted with KALLISTA faucets and Kohler contemporary double bowl, stainless steel under mount sinks, creating a modern, upscale feel throughout the home.

“Vista Tower is the vanguard for new construction. The design aesthetic is world-class and there could not be a better, more high-profile location in the city,” Thom Stephen, KALLISTA/Kohler.

Gaggenau Appliances & Accessories

Residents will experience the Gaggenau difference with the Gaggenau 400 series wall oven, speed oven, and five-burner gas cooktop. The brand delivers a hands-on approach to assisting purchasers in understanding the full benefits of its appliances through the virtual assistance of a Gaggenau Ambassador, who shares features and suggestions that will inspire residents — the home chef — to create masterpieces.

Each high-end, luxury unit, from scenic 1 bedroom condominiums to the elegant Sky 360 residences of Vista Tower, is expertly crafted and designed to entertain or seek a calm respite from the active city streets below. Gaggenau’s architectural, high-end appliances strike the perfect balance between homey luxury and a high energy, city lifestyle.

Custom Cabinets by Snaidero

Contemporary, Italian craftsmanship Snaidero cabinetry can be found throughout Vista Tower residence’s bathroom and kitchens which create home environments that are both timeless and deeply personal. Each kitchen and bathroom is equipped with a modern style and ample storage, providing function and design to every unit from the spacious 2 bedroom condominium floor plans to Sky 360 residences of Vista Tower.

See below for some inside looks at a residence in Vista Tower.

Image of Vista Tower residence’s modern kitchen with Gaggenau appliances

Snaidero cabinets and Gaggenau appliances elevate the look of Vista Tower’s open concept kitchen

Image of living room in Vista Tower residence with large sofa and architectural elements on the wall

A cozy seating area featuring design concepts by Hirsch Bedner Associates.

Image of master bedroom in Sky 360 residence of Vista Tower with floor to ceiling windows

A look inside a master bedroom in a Vista Tower home.

Image of corner Vista Tower residence with open concept kitchen and large living room

An open layout provides beautiful views of the city from every angle.