Final landscaping and metalwork are in progress at 1400 S Wabash Avenue. The 30-story, 350-foot tower, developed by Lendlease, will provide 299 rental units and ground-floor retail space to the South Loop neighborhood.
1400 S Wabash Avenue
Work on a small urban park has begun at the site of 1400 S Wabash Avenue, where CMK Companies is also wrapping up a 30-story tower, now topped out at 350 feet. The mixed-use tower, whose headline name is 1400 Wabash, will bring 299 rental units and ground-floor retail space to the South Loop neighborhood.
Final cladding is wrapping up for a new 30-story apartment building at 1400 S Wabash Avenue in South Loop. CMK Companies, the developer behind the project, has announced that the tower has reached its full height of 350 feet, bringing 350 new residences to the area.
The superstructure has reached its full 350-foot height for 1400 S Wabash Avenue in South Loop, where CMK Companies is developing a 30-story apartment tower. Replacing a long-vacant former parking lot, the tower will help bolster the outer edge of South Loop’s skyline while adding 350 new residences to the area. There will also be a retail component with storefront along Wabash Avenue. The residential lobby, meanwhile, will be located around the corner along a new driveway extending off of 14th street.
Facade work continues on this year’s 10th tallest development at 1400 S Wabash Avenue in the South Loop. The mixed-use building has topped out and its facade continues to rise at the intersection with E 14th Street. The rear of the structure abuts up to the CTA Green Line tracks, continuing to create an urban canyon for the train tracks. Chicago-based CMK Companies, who also developed the nearby Imprint tower, is leading the project and Pappageorge Haymes is responsible for the design.