An initial foundation permit has been issued for 1112 W Carroll Avenue, the site of a planned 34-story mixed-use tower in Fulton Market District. Texas-based Trammell Crow is behind the project, having also developed the pair of recently completed Fulton Labs buildings to the north and southwest. The new structure will be the shorter of two sibling towers, set to stand 370 and 410 feet. Programming in the other edifice, located just to the south at 315 N May Street, will be primarily offices atop ground-floor retail.
The now underway 1112 W Carroll will be primarily residential, made up of 368 new apartment units atop ground-floor retail. There will also be 95 parking spaces in an underground garage, along with 185 bike slots for residents.
The design by ESG Architects is carved by a large 15-floor setback that will provide outdoor terrace space. At the top, there will also be an indoor amenity enclosure and an attached rooftop pool deck. The facade will have multiple patterns integrating a palette of glass and light-toned metal.
There will also be a 35,000-square-foot sloping park designed by Confluence, with various terraces, a fountain and plaza, a dog-run, and a flexible-use lawn area.
Bus Routes 8, 20, 56, and 65 are all within a 10-minute walk, while the closest CTA service offers service for the Green and Pink Lines via a six-minute walk southeast.
Power Construction is serving as the general contractor for the project, with work on 1112 W Carroll expected to complete by around early 2025.