Final exterior touches remain for a 13-story mixed-use building at 320 N Sangamon Street in Fulton Market. A joint effort by Tishman Speyer and Mark Goodman & Associates, the 270,000-square-foot project will house a mix of ground-level retail and office space on the above floors. Office floor plates will vary between 24,800 and 28,200 square feet, spanning 13 feet from slab to slab.
Amenities include a 13th floor penthouse level with an indoor/outdoor wellness center, a 100-person town hall, and a lounge and terrace. Sixth-floor tenants will also have access to an additional private terrace overlooking the Fulton Market corridor. Parking will offer 48 garage spaces and indoor bicycle storage.
Solomon Cordwell Buenz is responsible for the design, whose rectangular massing is wrapped in a mix of brick, aluminum, and glass. Notable architectural features include slanted precast brick paneling, protruding bay windows, a glass-curtainwall “tower” along the southeast corner, and a prominent overhanging roof that crowns the 13th floor.
Nearest bus service comprises of Route 8 just three blocks east at various stops along Halsted. Other buses within a 10-minute walking radius include Route 65 to the north, Route 56 to the east, and Route 20 to the south. For CTA L access, the Green and Pink Lines’ Morgan station is in close proximity, available via a three-minute walk southwest. The Blue Line can be found slightly further via an eight-minute walk northeast to Grand station.
A collection of retail and dining also lies along the adjacent Fulton Market corridor and two blocks south along Randolph Street.
Clark Construction is serving as general contractor for the project, with an imminent completion date expected for this Spring.
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I don’t like the shade of glass they used.. it doesn’t compliment the red brick very well.
Not bad. Not bad at all.
Not a big deal, but why are the top floor windows inset in the front?