A second permit has now been issued for a 34-story mixed-use high rise at 1114 W Carroll Carroll Avenue in Fulton Market District, allowing for installment of a tower crane.
The building will be the first phase of a two-part project by Trammell Crow Company, who also plans a primarily office tower one block south at 315 N May Street. The 1114 W Carroll and 315 N May duo are expected to rise 370 and 410 feet respectively.
Inside 1114 W Carroll will be a total of 368 new apartment units atop ground-level cafe and restuarant. The edifice will include a large terraced setback on the 15th floor and a rooftop deck. The design by ESG Architects will comprise of glass and metal facade arranged in varying patterns along its rounded rectangular massing.
The site will also be home to a new 35,000 square-foot sloping park designed by confluence, expansive open grass areas, a fountain and plaza, a dog run, and a revamped street corridor.
There will be a total of 95 parking spaces buried within an underground garage, as well as a bike room with 185 slots. Closest transit for the 8, 20, 56, and 65 bus lines are all within a 10-minute walking radius, while closest Green and Pink L trains are available via a six-minute walk southeast to Morgan Station.
With Power Construction as general contractor, the project is currently expected to complete by early 2025.
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West Loop paying the city bills with all this new property tax revenue. Let them build taller and generate some more $!
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