The first demolition permit has now been issued for 210 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market. The demolition will give rise to a 33-story mixed-use development by Newcastle Limited. This 380-foot tower will house 204 residential units: 59 studios, 18 convertibles, 72 one-bedroom units, 23 one-bedrooms with a den, and 33 two-bedrooms. Of these units, 41 will be designated as affordable for those earning 60% or below the Area Median Income (AMI).
210 N Morgan Street
The Chicago City Council has approved the mixed-use development planned at 210 N Morgan Street in the West Loop. The developer on the project is New Castle and they’ve brought this project to fruition with help from Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture. The multi-level building will make a striking addition to the rapidly developing neighborhood.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the mixed-use development at 210 N Morgan Street in the West Loop. Located just north of the intersection with W Lake Street, near the CTA Green Line Morgan station, the project will replace a surface parking lot and one-story garage and shop building. Developer New Castle is working with local architecture firm Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture on the tiered building bringing more height to the ever-growing neighborhood.
Updated details have been revealed for the mixed-use development at 210 N Morgan Street in the West Loop. Located just south of the intersection with W Fulton Street, the new building would replace an empty lot and an existing one-story masonry structure, adding extra density just north of the recently financed 160 N Morgan Street. Developer New Castle is familiar with the West Loop having worked on various other nearby projects and is working with local architecture firm Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture, who recently relocated from their nearby office.
New plans have been presented to the Committee on Design for a residential development at 210 N Morgan Street in West Loop. Local developer New Castle, who owns and operates various area projects such as popular Green Street Alley is behind the project with Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture handling design. Bound by alleys to the north and south, the site is currently partially occupied by a vacant one-story building and a parking lot; it also sits south of the recently completed 1001 W Fulton Street.