The list of proposed apartment high-rises that have been proposed in recent months just keeps on growing. Today, the Sun-Times reports that developer Golub & Co. is looking to build a pair of 42- and 11-story buildings on McClurg, between Grand and Ohio (just across the street from The Streeter) with a total of 530 apartments and 300 parking spaces. We haven't seen a rendering or site plan yet, but we do know that the developer has hired local firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz — the same architecture firm that designed The Streeter and the nearby ParkView tower — to design the buildings. (SCB also designed the Streeterville high-rise that Related Midwest is planning to build.) Golub tells the Sun-Times that it would like to start construction by late next year. If Golub's buildings, along with the Related Midwest tower, the proposed Rehabilitation Institute tower, and the 40-story high-rise Optima is planning to build just to the west all get built, the Streeterville skyline could see some major changes in the near future.
· Apartment buildings of 42 and 11 stories proposed in Streeterville [Sun-Times]