The high-rise at 10 E. Ontario is a uniquely attractive condominium, appearing silver and black as it towers over the heart of the River North neighborhood. Built in 1983, Ontario Place was converted to condominiums in 2005 and currently houses 467 residential units, as well as four commercial spaces (which include the building's management office and cleaners) and a nine-level parking garage.

Ontario Place champions luxury, and therefore provides residents with every possible amenity. These include an exterior cab light, a recycling program and a receiving room for guests. Of course that's in addition to the clubhouse, which residents can always reserve for special events, the exercise facility, the outdoor rooftop pool with sundeck and the sauna and spa. Grounds are cared for as well, with regular landscaping provided and, when necessary, snow removal services.

Looking into the residential condos themselves, each one is equipped with an in-unit washer and dryer, a private balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows. Kitchens boast beautiful granite countertops, as do many of the luxury bathrooms, and are accented with custom lighting. Main level units are available as studios or one or two-bedroom layouts, with three-bedroom penthouses on the upper floors. All are open and light-filled floor plans with ample closet space, and each one welcomes small pets.

If location is a key factor in your hunt for the perfect Chicago condo, then you could ask for nothing more than Ontario Place. Just beyond your door is the exquisite Magnificent Mile, replete with its endless shopping venues, plus some of the city's finest eateries, including Quartino's, Pizzeria Due and Brazzaz. There's endless entertainment to be found as well, with the Redhead Piano Bar and Excalibur just around the corner.