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The redesigned project will rise 33 stories and bring 555 rental units to the hot West Loop area.
The 550-foot proposal would be Chicago’s tallest building west of the Kennedy Expressway.
The 43-story rental development comes from NY architect Morris Adjmi.
A massive proposal for 1200 W. Fulton is back with a new design.
In the last decade, the neighborhood has become a Disneyfied version of itself.
Neighbors take issue with a 16-story office project proposed for 400 N. Aberdeen Street.
The developments call for 243 more rental units and 259 hotel rooms.
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The 19-story building will rise at the corner of Fulton Market and Halsted.
The developments include no on-site parking, sparking traffic concerns.
The 13-story development replaces the AmeriGas propane facility.
The Commission also approved a 22-story Gold Coast tower and a lakefront AIDS garden.
The "Amylu Collection" would transform both sides of Lake Street between May and Racine.
Developers pitch glassy high-rises for 920 and 800 W. Lake Street.
The development replaces a vacant lot at 215 N. Peoria Street.
The Isaacson & Stein Fish Company building now sleeps with the fishes.
The company will occupy all 45,000 square feet of the new development slated for 1100 W. Fulton Market.
The highly anticipated project will open its doors in October.
The 19-story tower at 800 W. Fulton was one of several projects approved by the Chicago Plan Commission.
The 182-room boutique development is an effortlessly cool place to stay, eat, and work.
Three projects seek city approval in the rapidly developing neighborhood.
The slender proposal slated for 800 W. Fulton Market features metal cross-braces and zig-zagging terraces.
New sidewalks, crosswalks, lighting, landscaping, and other improvements.
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The project headed to 310 N. Sangamon Street will count on its green features to stand out from the crowd.
The development is one of two West Loop projects to be awarded construction permits this week.
The upcoming Fulton Market tower will be wrapped in nearly 100,000 flappers that flutter in the breeze.
Vacant lots are quickly disappearing in Chicago’s booming Fulton Market District.
The project not only represents the newest luxury residential offering in Fulton Market, but perhaps a glimpse into the near term future of this rapidly-developing neighborhood.
The 18-story project filed its zoning application with the City of Chicago earlier this week.
The six-story development will replace a vacant lot south of 1K Fulton.
Sterling Bay has a contract to buy the Archer Daniels Midland silos at 1300 W. Carroll Avenue.
It’ll take over a strip of buildings in Fulton Market
Affordable rent requirements aren’t just for residential units anymore.
Two projects are slated to go before the Chicago Plan Commission later this month.
The revised designcut six floors and 65 feet off the top.