Structural work has completed for the first five floors of 633 S LaSalle Street in South Loop. Led by The Collective, this 18-floor residential structure is being constructed on land previously occupied by a surface parking lot. The building is designed for co-living, with 117 apartment suites that can house up to 381 residents.
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.
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.
The Chicago City Council has approved the residential development at 330 W Chestnut Street in the Near North Side. Located on the intersection with N Orleans Street near the quickly rising North Union megadevelopment, the proposal will replace a surface parking lot and received a handful of changes we previously covered during its Plan Commission approval in March. Now developers Draper & Kramer and BlitzLake Partners have received the last green light needed for the FitzGerald Associates-designed structure.