Known as the Orchard, the seven-story project offers 32 residences starting at around $1.5 million.
The 220-unit development is expected to welcome residents this spring.
The Near South Side project will begin work on 3 million square feet of buildings within the year.
Neighbors take issue with a 16-story office project proposed for 400 N. Aberdeen Street.
The design of the controversial Jackson Park campus continues to evolve.
A proposal would renovate the 1906 building and construct a new seven-story apartment block next door.
The prime Lakeview location offers unobstructed views of Lake Michigan.
Developer GW Properties feels it is in a unique position to bring new commercial tenants to the neighborhood.
The six-story design calls for 45 units, a community mural, and 31 parking spaces.
The 23-story River West development has amenities including a pool deck, fitness study, and coworking lounge.
The 47-story high-rise will break ground in September.
The riverfront apartment tower will offer a striking pool, gathering spaces, and stunning views.
Two new projects are replacing the parking lots at 410 S. Wabash Avenue and 633 S. LaSalle Street.
The vacant Bronzeville site has entertained its share of grandiose proposals over the past decade.
The glassy project calls for a mix of rental apartments and condominium units.
Before work can begin, the zoo will say goodbye to its current pride of lions.
The highly anticipated project will open its doors in October.
Two NORR-designed proposals would bring wide floorplans and outdoor amenities to Huron and Franklin.
The 47-story Cirrus condo development will begin welcoming residents in 2021.
The new developments would offer a combined 470 new rental units.
The new building will serve as a new gateway to the university’s east campus.
Sterling Bay’s mixed-use project would contain retail, residential, and hotel components.
The 34-acre ‘One Central’ project could transform Chicago’s Near South Side.
The slender proposal slated for 800 W. Fulton Market features metal cross-braces and zig-zagging terraces.
The massive project, however, is not an active proposal.
The skyline-changing tower is pre-leasing now and will welcome residents this spring.
Check out new renderings of the South Loop tower’s interior.
Here’s a first peek at the 893-foot South Loop skyscraper’s interiors.
The 45-story rental tower known as 727 West Madison is expected to open later this year.
The $500 million "Catalog" addition will transform the 1,450-foot skyscraper’s base into a retail and entertainment destination.
The long-discussed Logan Square proposal is finally looking to move forward.
Monthly rents in the new Streeterville tower start at $3,400.
The seven-story apartment project has new renderings and an official name.
The glass-enclosed space draws inspiration from its view of Grant Park.
The 1925 landmark would receive a seven-story glass and metal addition.
Chicago Architecture Foundation’s new riverfront digs will open August 31.