New Permits Issued for 1101 W Van Buren in West Loop

Coppia (1101 W Van Buren Street). Rendering by Goettsch PartnersCoppia (1101 W Van Buren Street). Rendering by Goettsch Partners

Additional foundational permits were issued last week for the upcoming mixed-use development located at 1101 W Van Buren in the West Loop. Developed by Pizzuti Development and designed by Goettsch Partners, the proposed 21-story tower will house a total of 298 apartment units.

The building will have plenty of amenities, including a co-working space, communal game room, and bike storage. There will be retail on the ground floor and the entrance will be at the northeast corner.

Future residents searching for public transit will find the CTA Blue Line at the Racine station via a five-minute walk south. Bus services for Routes 7, 60, and 126 are also readily available within a five-minute walk. There are many restaurants, museums, and retail options within a few blocks of the site.

Power Construction is serving as the general contractor for the project. With the issuance of the foundational permits construction is expected to commence in the very near future. YIMBY will continue to update as further details emerge.

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3 Comments on "New Permits Issued for 1101 W Van Buren in West Loop"

  1. Looks ridiculous . Appears that the design is unchanged since they lopped off five floors without changing the unit count .
    At least eliminate the horizontal accents which make this proposal ridiculous , best would be to restore the five floors and the larger units

  2. Bobby Siemiaszko | January 23, 2023 at 12:48 am | Reply

    I literally had a dream about this part of the west loop and this building last night! In my dream the building was much taller above the other buildings. This is going to look very odd being shorter than the other buildings.

  3. Emilia Thompson | January 23, 2023 at 5:30 pm | Reply

    How many units will be affordable and how many will be market-rate?

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