A California-based developer is looking to build a new apartment tower on the property that is wedged in between the K2 Apartments tower and Metra tracks on Halsted Street in the River West neighborhood. According to an email notice from Alderman Brendan Reilly's office, the plan calls for a 38-story tower that would contain 373 residences and 158 parking spaces. The developer/investor who is proposing the plan has owned the property at 347-357 N. Halsted Street since 1999, Crain's reports. While it's still unknown whether the residences will be condo or rentals, the team will publicly introduce the plan at a community meeting on Tuesday, November 3 at the Old St. Patrick's Church on Adams Street. The meeting, hosted by Alderman Brendan Reilly and the Neighbors of West Loop (NOWL) organization, will begin at 6 p.m.
·Developer plans 38-story residential tower in River West [Crain's]
·Previous River West coverage [Curbed Chicago]