In the midst of a major shake-up, China’s Dalian Wanda Group is reportedly still committed to the Chicago project.
The design of already under construction supertall skyscraper has reportedly received a few revisions.
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.
The supertall skyscraper’s so-called "mat pour" will require hundreds of truckloads of concrete to complete over the weekend.
The mixed-use combination hotel and residential project — designed by Chicago’s Studio Gang and bKL Architecture — will eventually take its place as third tallest on the Windy City's iconic skyline.
Chicago’s next supertall tower is officially on its way. The developers behind the 93-story Vista Tower for the Lakeshore East planned community have been given their first construction permit to start drilling caissons deep into the earth.
Residents of downtown's Lakeshore East neighborhood were recently presented with a logistical plan and tentative timetable for the construction of the upcoming Studio Gang- designed tower. The building is poised to become Chicago's third tallest.
According to a recent report, the developer behind the planned 95-story, Studio Gang-designed Vista Tower has confirmed that no less than 110 of the Vista’s 406 ultra-luxury condominiums are now under contract.
Construction on Studio Gang’s supertall Vista Tower is officially moving forward. An announcement from Mayor Rahm Emanuel is expected today and will reveal plans to break ground on the 1,186-foot tower as early as next month.