Downtown’s high-rise building boom could see another underutilized property give way to something tall as the three-story Gap store at the southeast corner of State and Washington prepares to shut its doors for good.
Situated in the heart of Chicago Cultural Mile inside the observatory of the old Montgomery Ward building, this luxurious four-bedroom condo can either be purchased or rented. Neither option is particularly cheap.
Featuring two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and open kitchen with modern European cabinetry, the home has high-ceilings, in-unit laundry, and a balcony ideal for taking in the surrounding downtown cityscape.
This sky-high penthouse atop the Loop’s glassy Legacy at Millennium Park tower is a perfect fit for well-heeled buyers seeking jaw-dropping eastern views that will never be obstructed. The ask? Just under $6 million.
Chicago Loop Alliance collaborated with Chicago’s Department of Transportation and the Mayor’s Office to create a so-called activated median on State Street between Wacker and Lake. Known as "Gateway to the Loop," the micro park opened in mid 2013.
The William Le Baron Jenney-designed New York Life Insurance Building on Monroe Street in the Loop’s financial district reopens today after a major overhaul that has transformed the 14-story landmark building into downtown’s newest hotel.
Located at 417 S. Dearborn, the eleven-story neo-gothic Plymouth Building was recently granted the permitting to see floors two through five converted into new office space and levels six through eleven turned into 30 units of student housing.
While foundation work on new tower at 151 N. Franklin has been underway since early 2016, the project was recently granted a full building permit allowing the structure to reach skyward to its full 36-story height.
Among the oldest and best preserved first generation stations in Chicago’s ‘L’ system, the CTA stop at Quincy is on track to receive a major renovation that will see the location fully accessible for the first time in 120 years.
Developer Cedar Street Companies has been busy making a name for itself rehabilitating historic Chicago structures. The firm recently announced plans to convert an Uptown Synagogue and Loop Office building into new housing.