Construction on 1114 W Carroll Avenue, a 34-story mixed-use skyscraper in Fulton Market, has surpassed the 26th floor. The project, overseen by Trammell Crow Company, will comprise 368 residential units and retail spaces on the ground floor. The building’s amenities feature a pool, a fitness center, and a rooftop terrace. It will also provide parking for 95 vehicles and 185 bicycles.
Designed by ESG Architecture & Design, the tower will stand 379 feet and is characterized by a glass and white metal facade. The design includes rounded corners, recessed balconies, and several setbacks. Additionally, there are plans for a 35,000-square-foot park adjacent to the base of the building. This new public space will be outfitted with a slopping hill grove, an open grass area, a central plaza and fountain, and a dog run.
The current construction represents the first phase of a two-part development. The second phase will yield a 410-foot office building at 315 North May Street. Located directly south, this future 650,000-square-foot building has already completed site demolition, though an exact starting date has not been identified.
The location is accessible via multiple public transportation options. Bus routes 8, 20, 56, and 65 are within a 10-minute walk, and Morgan Station, which serves the Green and Pink Line trains, is a six-minute walk to the southeast.
Power Construction is handling the general contracting for this project, whose completion is expected by early 2025. Currently, a full timeline is not yet known for the second office phase.