Lake View‘s Wrigley Field at 1012 W Addison Street has seen the completion of a three-story, 22,000-square-foot sportsbook betting venue. This development follows the recent repeal of the sports betting ban and reflects a trend of major stadiums initiating their own betting operations.
Work on the parapet for the 24-story, 360 N Green Street mixed-use building in Fulton Market is now making headway. The developer, Sterling Bay, is developing the 399-foot-tall tower to accommodate office spaces, 5,400 square feet for retail, and tenant amenities within its 500,000 square feet of space.
Updated renderings and details have been revealed for the multi-site mixed-use development at 370-401 N Morgan Street in the West Loop. Centered on the intersection with W Kinzie Street and eventually occupying the both lots to the north and the southwest corner of the crossing, the proposal will be built in multiple phases as demand increases. Developer Vista Property recently reviewed the Gensler-designed proposal with the community after introducing it to the Committee on Design late last year.
New details have been revealed for the renovation of the common spaces of Merchandise Mart at 222 W Merchandise Mart Plaza in River North. Originally announced in January of 2022 and building on the last major round of renovations in 2016 when it became The Mart, construction is now progressing with further details and renderings on the refined plans. The New York-based property owner Vornado Realty is behind the project with the local office of Gensler working on the design.
Details have been revealed for the mixed-use expansion of the Black Ensemble Theater (BE) at 4453 N Clark Street in Uptown. Located directly across the street from the theater’s current home just south of the intersection with W Sunnyside Avenue, the new structure will expand the campus to create a cultural corridor. Originally imagined in 2009, the theater is now moving forward with enlarged plans dubbed ‘The Free To Be Village’ designed by Nia Architects, Gensler, and Site Design Group.