Full Building Permit Issued for 1000M Tower in South Loop

Updated Renderings for 1000M. Renderings by JAHNUpdated Renderings for 1000M. Renderings by JAHN

The full building permit has finally been issued for 1000 S Michigan Avenue. As previously reported, the building will be a 73-story residential development, known affectionately as ‘1000M‘, and is being developed by Time Equities and JK Equities in South Loop. The building itself was designed by the late Helmut Jahn and plans indicate 738 total dwelling units, along with 320 on-site parking spaces. The units will be split into four tiers of design and will vary in size and amenities as the floors ascend. Future residents will have access to nearly 75,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space.

Philip Castillo of Jahn Architecture is listed as the architect of record on the permit. The planned structure is well situated with a prime location directly across from Grant Park and sweeping views of the city.

East elevation of proposed 1000 S Michigan Avenue redesign

East elevation of proposed 1000 S Michigan Avenue redesign. Elevation by JAHN

Both the Loop and South Loop are readily accessible by foot and public transit. Future residents will find bus service for Routes 1, 3, and 4 at the Michigan & 9th Street stop, which is a brief three-minute walk north. The CTA Red, Orange, and Green Lines can be accessed at the Roosevelt station via a five-minute walk south.

McHugh Construction is acting as the general contractor on this project and they intend to complete the tower in 36 months with full deliveries expected within 2024.

1000M site

1000M site. Photo by Jack Crawford

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