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The 47- and 37-story buildings known as Cirrus and Cascade are officially under construction.
The 47-story high-rise will break ground in September.
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The 101-story supertall is now Chicago’s third tallest building.
The 47-story Cirrus condo development will begin welcoming residents in 2021.
The city hopes to complete temporary repairs before Tuesday’s afternoon rush hour.
The skyscraper’s mirror-like exterior is coming together nicely.
The project at "Parcel I" will rise at least 75 feet higher than previously reported.
The revised 1,700-unit proposal makes big changes to its park and lakefront connection.
The updated proposal for LSE’s Parcels "I, J, K, and L" hopes to address community concerns.
What’s planned? New landscaping, seating areas and a glass elevator for the eastern stretch
The city’s soon-to-be third tallest building continues its race skyward.
Here’s how developers hope to convert the city’s third tallest building into a must-see tourist destination.
The private "Upper School" at 355 E. Wacker Drive hopes to open late next year.
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The plan to redevelop Parcels I, J, K and L will not move forward as proposed, says Alderman Brendan Reilly.
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In the midst of a major shake-up, China’s Dalian Wanda Group is reportedly still committed to the Chicago project.
An investor is looking to ditch 38 parking spaces at the Field Harbor Parking Garage
The 13-story private school building in the Lakeshore East neighborhood has moved into full site-prep mode.
The slow-to-sell luxury duplex has reduced its asking price by over $2 million since first listing in May of 2015.
The private school’s second downtown building of the is reportedly moving forward.
The design of already under construction supertall skyscraper has reportedly received a few revisions.
Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin weighs the good and bad of the new plan for Lakeshore East.
The new towers will see the creation of 2,043 new residential units and hundreds of new hotel rooms.
The under-construction supertall tower is beginning to take shape.
The next phase of the Lake Shore East master development will make its public debut on July 10th.
Rising in downtown Chicago's Lakeshore East neighborhood, the mixed-use skyscraper will take the title of the world's tallest building to be designed by a woman when it is completed in 2020.
The under-construction tower is on its way to rising 95 stories and becoming Chicago’s third tallest building.
Workers are busy erecting towers which will deliver new apartments, hotel rooms, and office space throughout the Loop area.
Located on the northeast corner of the building, the unit gets a wide-angle look at Lake Michigan and the Streeterville/Magnificent Mile area.
This duplex unit features three bedrooms and three full bathrooms over two levels.
The carefully choreographed delivery required roughly 400 truckloads of concrete. The pour formed the rigid foundation mat for the upcoming 95-story supertall skyscraper.
The supertall skyscraper’s so-called "mat pour" will require hundreds of truckloads of concrete to complete over the weekend.
It’s been over two month’s since the 98-story Vista Tower broke ground in Chicago’s Lakeshore East neighborhood and crews are still hard at work creating the building’s deep foundation.
Once the impact of the awesome view fades, the rest of the unit just isn’t as nice as expected at the $1,000 per square foot price point.
Workers are busy digging holes for the Vista Tower foundation