Located in a sure-fire hotspot at the intersection of State Street and Lake Street, The Wit is one block from the Chicago River, Millennium Park and hotly-anticipated retail development Block 37.
All twenty-six glass floors of The Wit will have staggering views of the north loop district, in addition to a roof deck for checking out weather over the lake. Expect two gourmet restaurants, a private spa and yoga studio, movie screening room (even though the Gene Siskel Film Center is a block south) and eco-friendly toiletries.
We'd say all that sounds great, except for a minor issue we're having with looking at the exterior picture: that slash of neon green glass that trails down the facade of the structure. It will no doubt lend a sickening chartreuse hue to any rooms at the front.
Add this to the fact that their construction plywood bares cute-but-damning "witticisms" like this nugget from Thomas Edison: "There are no rules here, we are trying to accomplish something," and we have to laugh at The Wit.