With sweeping views of the lakefront and Wrigleyville, this 3-bedroom condo features an outstanding renovation in the kitchen and both en suite baths. Only two units occupy each floor in this historic building, and most rooms in this unit rise to 9-foot ceilings and are expansive compared to new construction. Crown molding in the living, dining and family areas reflects the Art Deco aesthetic prevalent when 3730 N. Lake Shore Drive was built. As a resident, you'll enjoy spectacular sunsets from the primary and secondary bedrooms, where each room has two extensive closets and where original hickory doors and woodwork have been expertly restored. Notably, the third bedroom boasts a Belmont Harbor view. The kitchen, in fact, was taken down to the studs and redesigned with the harbor in mind. Driftwood inspired the porcelain selected for the floor, wind spray the glass chosen for the cabinetry, shifting sands the Cambria quartz favored for the countertops. (Perhaps mariners will notice the handles on the cabinets, reminiscent of cleats on a boat.) A bank of floor-to-ceiling cabinetry spans the wall running from the fridge to the hall leading to the breakfast room, ensuring a wealth of storage for necessities and extravagances. During renovation, a significant investment was made in replacing plumbing risers throughout the unit, an improvement unseen but well worth noting. A washer and dryer are situated in the half bath, with industrial-sized pay machines in a laundry on level one. 3730 offers one of the largest private gardens in the city, featuring grills, dining areas, seating and a playground, with flowering plants and trees adorning three tiers. Imagine enjoying coffee there in the morning and reserving one of four spacious entertainment areas for a dinner party at night. Career staff here are exceptional, colleagues who respect each other and the residents they assist. All are dedicated, conscientious and courteous. The full-time engineer is quick to respond to requests. With every point of access locked, the doormen are gatekeepers. They monitor entrants and security cameras, accept packages, hail cabs, assist with luggage and issue pre-paid parking passes to guests, among many other responsibilities. Indoor parking is available here and payable monthly in advance. If heading south (to Mag Mile, the Loop, Millenium Park, the Museum Campus), don't drive. Catch an express bus on the corner. Or stay close to home, where Wrigley Field and countless restaurants are nearby. Constructed in an era when builders did not spare cost to ensure neighboring units the quiet city dwellers crave, 3730 N. Lake Shore Drive is as much an icon as the one a short walk away.