While the majority of units in the 67-story project from developer Related Midwest reflect market trends and will be offered as rentals, One Bennett Park includes 69 condo residences accessible by a separate lobby and entrance.
Related Midwest is actively preparing for two future projects that could redefine Chicago: the redevelopment of the long-dormant Chicago Spire site and the planned transformation of 62 vacant riverfront acres in Chicago’s South Loop.
While the renovation of Navy Pier has resulted in new landscaping, dining options, and an upsized Ferris wheel, the latest plans call for a new welcome pavilion and a completely revamped eastern end — including a 240-key hotel and rooftop terrace.
Just two short weeks after crews were spotted doing exploratory digging for potential buried radioactive waste, the 47-story residential high-rise slated for the vacant lot at 465 N. Park is officially ready to begin construction.
While rumors may be circulating as to what shall become of the site, property owner Related Midwest has not yet released any formal plans. In the meantime, the development firm has opted to hide a portion of the site behind a new landscaped berm.
If the 2009 Sears to Willis Tower name change wasn’t enough to confuse and anger locals, Chicagoans might have to get used to a renamed John Hancock Center if its commercial owner, the Hearn Company, lands a new corporate partner.
While the planned redevelopment of Chicago’s iconic Tribune Tower has reportedly been on the table for a while, an upcoming sale of the 1925 neo-Gothic high-rise could see the landmarked structure repurposed as condos, rentals, or a hotel.
The Beaux Arts building was penned by renown Chicago architect Jarvis Hunt in 1927 and originally served as a private athletic club. The lake front property was spared from the wrecking ball and was converted to 198 luxury rentals in 2014.
The Chicago Shakespeare Theater recently announced that the hometown architects Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill have been selected to design its ambitious $35 million addition which will double its capacity.
The proposed plan by Chicago landscape architects Site Design Group calls for new landscaping and play equipment that will reference the historic architecture of the nearby Old Chicago Water Tower, pumping station, and fire house No. 98.