The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a new mixed-use building at 1043 N Rush Street in the Near North Side. Located just north of the intersection with E Oak Street, across the street from the wedge-shaped Mariano pocket park, the project replaces a similar existing structure holding the famed Carmine’s restaurant. Attempting to sell the property since 2015, developer L3 Properties recently bought it with plans to increase the overall active square footage on the site.
Structural beams for 1020 W Randolph Street in Fulton Market District are now reaching their final height. This five-story mixed-use development by L3 Capital will have ground-floor retail and boutique Class A offices on the upper levels. The amenity enclosure on the top of the building will be accompanied by a 1,850-square-foot rooftop deck. The 22,000 square feet of interior space features sleek finishes, living walls, and expansive warehouse-style windows.
The dual cores have nearly topped out for 1020 W Randolph Street in Fulton Market District. L3 Capital is behind this five-story mixed-use development, yielding ground-floor retail and boutique Class A offices on the upper levels. The top of the building will feature an amenity enclosure and a 1,850-square-foot rooftop deck. Meanwhile, the 22,000 square feet of interior space will offer sleek finishes, living walls, and expansive warehouse-style windows.
Developer L3 Capital plans to develop a two-story mixed-use building at 1043 N Rush Street in Near North Side. The new build is located between E Bellevue Place and E Cedar Street. The site is currently home to Carmine’s, a small two-story building.
Construction for Fulton Market‘s 1020 W Randolph Street is currently wrapping up its foundation phase and is approaching vertical construction. At 22,000 square feet, this five-story building is coincidentally the same floor area as the new Wrigley Field addition that was covered this past Sunday.