Shoreline Towers is residential high-rise building in Chicago, United States. It is 25 stories (75 meter/247 feet high), with 378 units. The building is located at 6301 North Sheridan Road, at the intersection of Rosemont Avenue (between Granville & Devon).
Shoreline Towers was built in 1961. Originally a rental apartment building, it was converted to condominiums in 1978. It was designed by Irving M. Karlin Associates, who also designed the El Lago tower, one block south.
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