Designed by Bertram Goldberg in 1962, it was originally a French-themed hotel and is now an apartment building. It was the Previous site of Burnham & Root's 1890 Goudy residence. Originally intended as a round building, the architect adapted it to a square footprint to blend with the neighborhood. There are 24 floors with a concrete core that took 3 weeks to pour. The structure is emphasized, and the core is exposed at ground and top levels. The building still contains a lower-level restaurant space that is currently unoccupied.