Located east of the Ritz Carlton Hotel and Water Tower Place, 200 East Pearson is steps to the lakefront, shopping on Michigan Avenue and many fine hotels and restaurants and across the street from the Museum of Contemporary Art where you can enjoy summer evening jazz concerts, and spring into fall farmers markets. Residents are charmed by the elegance of the 6 story boutique building of only 10 apartments, which was designed by Robert DeGolyer, and was home to the famed modernist architect Mies van der Rohe for 28 years until his death in 1969. Residence 2W is a half floor renovated apartment with central heat and air, heated bathroom floors, new windows, designer kitchen and fixtures, 10' ceilings, and an attractive wide layout featuring a gracious foyer, two en-suite bedrooms, and a guest room or office also with a private bathroom. There is a formal dining room with built in storage and a large living room with a gas fireplace on the sunny southwest corner of the building. Enjoy views of Schulman park and the city life below. The Christopher Peacock kitchen has a dining area, butlers pantry, and a second sink with disposal, marble floor, SS appliances and ample storage. In addition to the private laundry room on the main floor, a washer/dryer can be installed in unit if preferred.