The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a seven-story mixed-use development at 1623 N Halsted Street in Old Town. Located along N Halsted Street, between W Concord Place and W Willow Street, the site is an interior lot directly adjacent to the CTA Brown Line tracks. The North/Clybourn CTA L station, serviced by the Red Line, can be reached within a two-minute walk. The 8, 9, and 72 CTA bus routes can be accessed at the corner of W North Avenue and N Halsted Street, also within a two-minute walk from the site. JDL Development and Logan Ventures are in charge of the development.
Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture
Exterior work is nearing completion at Phase Three of Old Town Park. The large mixed-use development is being developed by Onni Group and designed by Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture in Near North Side.
One Chicago Square has surpassed the vertical halfway mark for both its 74- and 49-story towers. Developed by JDL, the mixed-use project will max out at 971 feet in height and make a substantial impact on the cityscape in the River North neighborhood. Since YIMBY’s last update in August, each tower has climbed about 13 floors, with the structurally completed floor count now around 41 and 28, respectively.
The facade and other remaining construction work at 1100 W Fulton Market is steadily progressing towards the finish line. The five-story mixed-use development is located near the heart of West Loop‘s rapidly developing Fulton Market neighborhood.