This week, Chicago YIMBY had the opportunity to tour the 19-story mixed-use development known as 800 Fulton, one of the largest and most recent additions to the growing West Loop skyline. Tour hosts Thor Equities, Stream Realty Partners, and project architect Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM) showcased the various common areas throughout the building’s 500,000 square feet. Having been co-planned by Thor Equities and Quadreal and built by Lendlease, the construction process for this $95 million development spanned between 2019 and 2021. Tenant build-outs are now underway, with multiple high-profile leases for companies like John Deere and Aspen Dental Management already locked in.
800 W Fulton Market
Last week, Chicago YIMBY had the opportunity to step inside 800 Fulton, a 19-story office and retail building that recently completed construction in West Loop‘s Fulton Market District. Developed by Thor Equities alongside joint venture partner QuadReal, the 300-foot monolith at 800 W Fulton Market spans nearly half a million square feet, offering tenants column-free layouts, private terraces, and 13-foot floor spans. The lower three levels offer 35,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.
Final interior and landscaping work is underway at the 19-story 800 W Fulton Market, aka 800 Fulton, one of Fulton Market‘s most distinctive new office blocks. Thor Equities has developed the nearly half million-square-foot edifice alongside joint venture partner QuadReal.
Exterior construction is now complete for the mixed-use 800 W Fulton Market in West Loop‘s Fulton Market district. At 300 feet in height, the 18-story edifice is one of West Loop’s tallest buildings. Bound by Fulton Market, N Green Street, W Wayman Street, and N Halsted street, the full-block project has replaced a series of low- and mid-rise masonry buildings.
Exterior work is wrapping up for 800 W Fulton Market, an 18-story office building located at the northeastern corner of West Loop‘s Fulton Market. Thor Equities has developed the 300-foot-tall edifice, helping to extend Downtown’s density westward into the former meatpacking district.