Late last month, the Sun-Times reported that developer Golub & Co. was planning to build a pair of 42- and 10-story apartment buildings at 400 - 418 E. Grand Ave. in Streeterville. Over the weekend, Ald. Brendan Reilly sent out an email to his constituents sharing some more details about the proposed development and announcing an upcoming community meeting. According to the zoning application shared by Reilly, the taller of the two buildings will measure 452 feet, and it'll have a total of 443 apartments with ground floor retail. The 10-story building will add another 87 apartments, and in between the two residential buildings there will be a garage that will hold 297 cars, topped with an amenity level. Solomon Cordwell Buenz is the architect, and the only renderings we've seen so far is this elevation, courtesy of SkyscraperCity 'boarder spyguy. Want to learn more? The community meeting, hosted by Ald. Reilly and SOAR, will be on Sept. 13th at 5:30PM at 251 E. Huron.
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