The tower crane can now be seen installed at 633 S LaSalle Street in South Loop. Spearheaded by The Collective, the upcoming 18-floor residential structure will be established where a surface parking lot once stood. This building will showcase a co-living concept, encompassing 117 apartment suites that accommodate a total of 381 residents.
633 S LaSalle Street
Following the issuance of a full permit at the beginning of the year, construction equipment can now be seen at 633 S LaSalle Street in South Loop. Developed by The Collective, the 18-story residential building is slated to rise on the former grounds of a surface parking lot, introducing a co-living model across 117 apartment suites and 381 beds.
New York-based developer, The Collective, has obtained a full permit for its 18-story residential project at 633 S LaSalle Street. This development, set to replace a previous surface parking lot, will introduce a co-living model to the South Loop neighborhood.
After nearly a year following the initial foundation permit, a tower crane permit has been issued for an 18-story residential high-rise developed at 633 S LaSalle Street in The Loop. Developed by London-based firm, The Collective, this 162,000 square-foot, co-living project will comprise of 117 shared apartment units, collectively made up of 381 individual bedrooms.
Chicago’s 22nd tallest development in this year’s countdown is the 18-story 633 S LaSalle Street in Printers Row. Replacing a surface parking lot across the street from the rails of LaSalle Street station, the building will be located one block west from 2020’s 26th tallest entry, the Imprint apartment tower. Led by London-based developer The Collective, the co-living project was designed by local-firm Fitzgerald Associates along with Berkelhamer Architects and began excavation earlier this summer. As of now, the site is awaiting additional foundation work.