Cladding work has begun for Embry, a 15-story condominium development located at 21 N May Street in West Loop. This new 207-foot-tall residential project will be built on the site of an old, vacant lot that was once home to a smaller two-story masonry structure. The development is being planned by Sulo Development and will contain 58 units for sale.
With McHugh Construction leading the work as general contractor, construction has begun for a new indoor ride at Navy Pier called FlyOver (different from the Navy Pier Flyover infrastructure project), which will occupy 48,000 square feet. The project will occupy a 60-foot-high, 80-f0ot-wide volume of space that previously served as an IMAX theater.
Continuing its rapid ascension, structural work is now past the 400-foot mark for 1000M, a 74-story residential skyscraper in South Loop. At 788 feet in height, the project is being developed by JK Equities, Time Equities, and Oak Capitals. Pivoting from the 506 condominium units originally planned, the residences will now comprise 738 rental apartments.
In second place in Chicago’s year-end countdown is 1000M, a 74-story residential skyscraper in South Loop. The 788-foot-tall tower is now rapidly ascending and beginning to leave its mark on the south end of the Chicago skyline. The joint project between JK Equities, Time Equities, and Oak Capitals promises to consist of a total of 738 rental units located at 1000 S Michigan Avenue.
Number seven in the year-end countdown is the 33-story mixed-use tower prepping to rise at 344 N Canal Street in Fulton River District. The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC are behind the 375-foot-tall structure, located on the former site of the five-story Cassidy Tire building. The high rise replacement, dubbed “Cassidy on Canal”, will provide 343 apartments on its upper floors, with ground-floor retail space available as well.