Renderings have been revealed for a proposed 47-story tower, located at 640 W Washington Boulevard in West Loop Gate. The site is located along W Washington Boulevard, bound by the Kennedy Expressway to the west, W Court Place to the north, and N Des Plaines Street to the east. The new development will replace an existing surface parking lot.
Articles by Lukas Kugler
Taking the 24th spot in YIMBY’s countdown of Chicago’s tallest developments, the approved tower at 344 N Canal Street will rise 375 feet above its site in the Fulton River District. The project is located on the west side of N Canal Street between W Kinzie Street and W Fulton Street. The lot is an irregular shape with spurs that extend to N Clinton Street, around a railroad abutment. The new development will replace the existing Cassidy Tire building.
Taking the 25th spot in our countdown of Chicago’s tallest developments, an updated proposal for a 29-story mixed-use tower at 1130 N State Street in the Near North Side awaits approval. The property is located on a corner lot at the intersection of N State Street and W Elm Street, and would replace the existing shuttered Barnes & Noble store. The Clark/Division CTA L station, serviced by the Red Line, can be accessed within a four-minute walk. The 36 CTA bus route can be accessed on the corner of the site at the State and Elm stop. Newcastle Limited is in charge of the project.
Renderings have been revealed for a new mixed-use development located at 525 S Wabash Avenue in The Loop. The proposal is located on a partial-block lot bound by E Congress Parkway, S Wabash Avenue, and E Harrison Street, and would replace an existing parking garage and parking lot. Eterra Plus LLC is in charge of the development.
The townhome residences at Porte Chicago, a two-tower mixed-use development have been completed. Located at 855 W Madison Street in the West Loop, the entire property spans the full block, bound by W Madison Street to the north, W Monroe Street to the south, S Peoria Street to the west, and S Green Street to the east. The project is being led by Lendlease and The John Buck Company in collaboration with Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation.