Work has reached full height at 320 N Sangamon Street, a 13-story, primarily office building nearing completion in West Loop‘s Fulton Market neighborhood. 320 N Sangamon Street is being developed as a joint venture by Mark Goodman & Associates and Tishman Speyer.
The rising structure sits near the heart of the rapidly developing Fulton Market neighborhood, just three blocks west of the Halsted & Fulton Market bus stop along route 8. Meanwhile, CTA L access includes a three-minute walk southwest to Morgan station, serviced by the Green and Pink Lines while Blue Line access can be found via a nine-minute walk northeast to Grand station.
Park access within the area includes a 10-minute walk northeast to the one-acre Fulton River Park, as well as an 11-minute walk south to the 1.4-acre Mary Bartelme Park.
The building’s 270,000 square feet of available space will house retail on the ground floor, with the above floors serving as office floor plates, each around 25,000 square feet. A variety of amenities are available for tenants including a rooftop deck with both indoor and outdoor space, terrace space on the lower setback, a lounge, a fitness center, and a 100-person conference center. Parking within the building will contain 47 spaces, as well as additional bike parking.
The design by Solomon Cordwell Buenz includes a light-brick facade with large windows, wrapping around a massing containing multiple setbacks. The building contains several distinct architectural elements, including an entirely-glass corner by the Fulton Market & Sangamon intersection, as well as a crown-like overhanging roof, creating a distinct silhouette amongst the other nearby developments.
Construction photos indicate the formation of the overhanging roof, as well as facade work reaching the 10th floor. Clark Construction is serving as the project’s general contractor, with an expected completion date in the first quarter of 2021.