Chicago Construction News
News, maps, photo galleries, and essays detailing Chicago's development boom.
A look at the 58 projects in the pipeline.
In the middle of the largest economic halt in living history, Salesforce Tower is pressing ahead.
Crews are still taking protective measures as they adapt to dealing with the global pandemic.
The city ranked ninth-last among 53 major metros when it came to new housing per capita in 2019.
The 32-story building will rise just south of K2 at K Station.
The Ogden Commons brings housing, retail, healthcare, and film studios to West Side neighborhood.
Dozens of projects rising over 100 feet are in the works.
A 24-story tower begins its climb next to the Eisenhower Expressway.
Downtown’s luxury apartment boom isn’t ready to give up the ghost just yet.
Chicago’s long-discussed third observation deck is ready to start taking shape.
The office development, Union Station Tower, will open in 2022.
The 74-story condo building known as 1000M is officially underway.
The project preserves a historic building and brings public open space to the Palmer Square community.
The multiphase Near South Side project is zoned for 972 mixed-income units.
The 19-story building will rise at the corner of Fulton Market and Halsted.
The changes will mean better service and fewer delays for air travelers.
The long-discussed South Loop skyscraper is officially a go.
Construction continues on "Catalog," a 300,000-square-foot addition to the tower’s base.
The project replaces a vacant lot at the corner of Montrose Avenue and Bernard Street.
Check out new photos of the 815-foot Bank of America Tower.
The 13-story development replaces the AmeriGas propane facility.
Under construction since early 2014, the $60 million project is inching closer to completion.
The glassy project features an "inside-out" design that connects it to its South Loop surroundings.
The Concord at Sheridan includes a below-ground parking garage and a new Target store.
After a collective outcry from residents, the city changed course
Bikers are protected by a double parkway
The 60-story riverfront high-rise will climb no higher.
The 47- and 37-story buildings known as Cirrus and Cascade are officially under construction.
The contemporary structure will be tucked behind the existing gothic cloister of the Lying-In Hospital building.
The 836-foot-tall Streeterville tower took almost three years to complete.
The 55-unit "Alcove" project joins the increasingly crowded block bordered by Milwaukee, Division, and Paulina.
The four-story building at 300 N. Michigan will be replaced by a 46-story hotel and residential high-rise.
Work has resumed on 15-story, 31-unit Bentham development at LaSalle and Erie.
The 47-story high-rise will break ground in September.
The mixed-use building will house nearly 550 students in the coming months.