Final facade work continues to progress for a new high rise at 225 North Elizabeth Street in Fulton Market. The 28-story mixed-use tower is a joint effort between Sterling Bay and Ascentris and is situated at the intersection of Fulton and Elizabeth Streets.
Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture
A tenant has been announced for the upcoming redevelopment of the property at 165 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market. Located just south of the intersection with W Lake Street, the existing structure was once the home of Tenzing Wines. The project is being led by Fulton Street Companies and Fred Latsko of Latsko Interest, with local-firm Hartshorne Plunkard Architects working on its design.
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).
A permit application has been entered for the mixed-use tower at 901 N Halsted Street within the upcoming Halsted Pointe development on Goose Island. Located on the southern tip of the island, the proposal will replace the existing Greyhound Bus facility which has already been mostly demolished. The permit is being pursued by Canadian-based developer Onni Group who used Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture on the design.
Cladding is approaching the roofline for the new high-rise at 225 North Elizabeth Street in Fulton Market. The 28-story mixed-use development, located at the intersection of Fulton and Elizabeth Streets, is a collaboration between Sterling Bay and Ascentris.