The Dylan, a 30-story mixed-use development at 160 North Morgan Street in Fulton Market, has completed construction and is now welcoming its first residents. The 350-foot high rise, a collaboration between Sterling Bay and Ascentris, offers a total of 282 rental apartments atop 2,657 square feet of ground-level retail.
Floor plan sizes range from studios to three-bedroom units. Unit features come with floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed concrete, LED lighting, Delta fixtures, quartz countertops, and custom closets. The 28th-floor penthouse units offer wide-plank flooring, upgraded bathroom features, and chef’s kitchens with SubZero, Wolf, and Cove brands.
There are 28 on-site units designated for affordable housing. The developers have contributed $2 million to the Neighborhood Opportunity Fund and another $5.26 million to Solar Lofts, a mixed-income housing project in the South Loop.
Amenities include an outdoor deck on the fifth floor, a fitness center with personal training rooms, coworking facilities, a lounge, and a dog run. There is also a 29th floor sky deck with a pool elevated over 300 feet above street level. Along with the lobby and retail, the building podium provides 89 parking spaces and spaces for 153 bicycles.
The design by bKL Architecture in collaboration with Harken Interiors and Sterling Bay Design Studio features a rectangular massing divided into two staggered volumes. The exterior is composed of floor-to-ceiling windows, red metallic panels, and dark metal beams. The southern section of the tower extends beyond the podium, supported by Y-shaped columns. Mural artist Emmy Star Brown is behind a mural art piece along the underside, while the art along the north wall is by Kate Lewis.
Within a 10-minute walk, residents can find several Divvy bike stations and bus services for Routes 8 and 20. Morgan Station, serving the Green and Pink Lines, is within a one-minute walk north.