Construction on the 33-story mixed-use tower dubbed “Cassidy on Canal” has surpassed the 14th level in the Fulton River District. Located at 350 N Canal Street, the 375-foot-tall high rise will contain 343 apartments and approximately 1,300 square feet of retail space. The project is a joint effort between The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC, and is replacing the former five-story Cassidy Tire Building.
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A new three-story, two-unit residential building has received permits at 1448 W Flournoy Street in Little Italy. The filing also calls for the main structure to be accompanied by a detached two-car garage with a rooftop deck.
The Chicago City Council has given the green light for 640 W Randolph Street, a 15-story mixed-use development project in the West Loop Gate neighborhood. The development, situated at the intersection with N Des Plaines Street, will replace an existing surface parking lot near the highway. Vista Property Group and Antunovich Associates, who have previously collaborated on projects at 741 N Wells and 609 W Randolph, are the driving force behind this new development, employing a similar industrial-inspired design approach.
Chicago’s City Council has approved the financial framework for the second phase of the 43 Green development, a 10-story mixed-use development adjacent to the 43rd CTA Green Line station in Bronzeville. Positioned at 4309 S Prairie Avenue, the undertaking is to be located just west of the station, directly across from the first phase that was positioned on the east side of the tracks.
The Chicago City Council has granted final approval for the mixed-use development at 415 N Sangamon Street in West Loop’s Fulton Market, following February’s approval by the Chicago Plan Commission. Situated at the northeast corner of the intersection with W Kinzie Street, the project will showcase a green design and high-tech facade. Fortem Voluntas Partners, the developer behind the proposal, is forging ahead with this angular tower, which was designed by the Chicago-based firm Eckenhoff Saunders Architects.