Construction has begun on the foundations for 300 N Michigan, which will rise 523 feet across 47 stories. Addressed as 300 N Michigan Avenue in The Loop, the development will stand at the intersection of N Michigan Avenue and E Wacker Place. Permit filings show that the foundation permits were issued in August, approving the construction of the caissons, foundation structure, and full floor structure up to level four. Full building permits have yet to be filed for the tower portion of the project. 300 N Michigan LLC is the owner behind the applications, an LLC for Magellan Development Group and Sterling Bay, the developers collaborating on this project.
Articles by Lukas Kugler
Demolition permits have been filed for a five-story residential building at 1608 S Wabash Avenue in the South Loop. The interior lot is located along S Wabash Avenue between E 16th Street and E 18th Street. The nearest public transportation are the 29 and 62 CTA buses accessed at the State and 16th stop at the end of the block. The Roosevelt CTA L station, serviced by the Green, Purple, and Red Lines, is the nearest stop, a 12-minute walk away. 1608 S Wabash LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for a three-story building at 914 W Webster Avenue in Lincoln Park. The interior lot is located along W Webster Avenue between N Bissell Street and N Fremont Street. The nearest public transportation is the 37 CTA bus accessed at the Webster and Bissell stop at the end of the block. The Fullerton CTA L station, serviced by the Brown, Purple, and Red Lines, is a six-minute walk away. The site is also within a five-minute walk of N Halsted Street, W Armitage Avenue, and W Fullerton Parkway, three busy commercial and retail corridors. Webster 914 LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications, reporting the development cost as $250,000.
Permits have been filed for two adjacent two-story residential buildings at 611 and 613 N Central Avenue in Austin. The interior lots are located along N Central Avenue between W Ohio Street and W Huron Street. The nearest public transportation is the 85 CTA bus accessed at the Central and Ohio stop at the end of the block. The Central CTA L station serviced by the Green Line is the nearest stop, a six-minute walk away. The site is also within a five-minute walk of W Chicago Avenue, a busy commercial and retail corridor. Adam Zegarski is listed as the owner behind the applications, reporting the development cost as $500,000 per building.
Today, YIMBY has new photos showcasing construction progress at Cunningham Hall, a nine-story residential building originally designed in 1955 by famous German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Located at 3100 S Michigan Avenue on the northeastern edge of the main campus in Bronzeville, the structure was built by Mies van der Rohe as part of his campus plan and used as on-campus apartments. The nearest CTA L station is the 35th-Bronzeville-IIT stop, serviced by the Green Line, a five-minute walk away. You can catch the 31, 1, or 4 CTA bus at the corner of E 31st Street and S Michigan Avenue, steps from the property. Illinois Institute of Technology is listed as the owner behind the applications.