Construction for the National Public Housing Museum at 1322 W Taylor Street continues to progress in Little Italy. This project is a collaborative effort between Related Midwest and the Chicago Housing Authority, and is part of the larger Roosevelt Square masterplan that also includes three new mixed-use buildings.
Construction at 1002 S Racine Avenue in Little Italy has risen to the fifth floor on a new six-story mixed-use building. This development is part of the Roosevelt Square Phase 3B plan, a collaboration between Related Midwest and the Chicago Housing Authority. The plan includes three mixed-income apartment buildings and the upcoming National Museum of Public Housing.
With site mobilization now in progress, 400 N Lake Shore Drive ranks as Chicago’s tallest construction project in 2023. This phase, while preliminary, marks the resumption of construction activities on a site that lay dormant after the abandonment of the previously planned 2,000-foot Chicago Spire. Now under development by Related Midwest, the Streeterville property is being transformed into two residential towers.
Structural work is past the fourth floor at 1257 W Roosevelt Road in Little Italy, a project spearheaded by Related Midwest in collaboration with the Chicago Housing Authority. This six-story, mixed-use building is part of the larger Roosevelt Square Phase 3B development, which aims to introduce a variety of mixed-income housing options, retail spaces, and the new National Museum of Public Housing. Overall, Roosevelt Square will feature 2,441 housing units, encompassing both multifamily and single-family structures.
Construction on the six-story mixed-use building at 1002 S Racine Avenue in Little Italy has reached the third floor. This new construction is a collaboration between Related Midwest and the Chicago Housing Authority, part of the Roosevelt Square Phase 3B plan. This phase encompasses three mixed-income apartment buildings and the new National Museum of Public Housing.