Facade work is nearly complete at 320 N Sangamon Street, a 13-story mixed-use building that’s wrapping up in West Loop‘s Fulton Market.
Developed by Tishman Speyer and Mark Goodman & Associates, the project will contain a mix of commercial space on the ground floor and office floor plates above, ranging from 24,000 to 27,000 square feet.
Office tenants will have access to various amenities, including an indoor and outdoor wellness center, a meeting space able to hold 100 people, and a penthouse lounge and terrace. The sixth floor will also come with a private terrace space for its occupants.
Solomon Cordwell Buenz is behind the design, with an exterior that features brick, aluminum, and glass. Both the southeast corner of the building and the penthouse level will include an all-glass and aluminum curtainwall to juxtapose with the surrounding brickwork. A metal “hat” fixture will also sit atop the 13th-floor penthouse.
Parking will include 48 indoor spaces and an indoor bike rack, in addition to many public transportation options nearby. Nearest bus stops include Route 8 three blocks east along Halsted. Additional buses within a 10-minute walking radius comprise of Route 65 to the north, Route 56 to the east, and Route 20 to the south. Those wishing to access the Green and Pink CTA L lines will find Morgan station via a three-minute walk southwest.
320 N Sangamon Street lies in the midst of a host of retail and dining options lining the Fulton Market corridor. Those who may be visiting the building for a business trip will also find a host of hotels, including Ace Hotel Chicago within the same block.
Clark Construction is the general contractor for the 270,000-square-foot construction. A completion is expected for this quarter.
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Not a fan of how this one is turning out… It’s rather plain and to me, looks cheap. There’s also something about the glass that I do not like.
It’s good to know other things besides parking grinds your gears. Lol
I’m wondering what criteria are you using to come up with the conclusion that this $81+ million project is using cheap glass? And what expensive looking glass should they be using?
You sure love to track and analyze my comments!
I said the overall development looked cheap and plain, not the glass specifically. I think the tint/shade of the glass looks odd against the red brick and that a more translucent glass would be more complementary.
Does that work for you or should I refrain from making anymore opinions?
I was scrolling and thought the same exact thing. I feel as though no explanation is necessary…
I agree regarding the glass. The translucent glass in the render is really lovely. The aqua glass in reality has a suburban office park feel