Exterior cladding has reached the 13th floor of the now topped-out Bentham Chicago, a mixed-use building rising 15 stories in River North. Both designed and developed by Sedgwick Development, the 172-foot-tall tower will house retail at its base, with 31 condominiums on the floors above.
The proposed zoning has been approved for a new medical development at 50 E Huron Street in River North. Located on an interior lot along E Huron Street, the site is between N Wabash Avenue and N Rush Street. The development will amend an existing planned development, allowing for the adaptive reuse and renovation of an existing, vacant office space. Restorative Care Institute is the developer and eventual tenant for the project.
Structural work is nearly two-thirds complete on the 74- and 49-story towers that comprise JDL‘s massive One Chicago Square mixed-use development, located near the northeast corner of River North. Set to reach 971 and 574 feet to their respective pinnacles, the taller eastern tower takes third place in Chicago YIMBY’s end-of-year development countdown.
Core work has reached several floors above grade for Salesforce Tower Chicago, originally known as Wolf Point South, a 60-story office building on the River North side of the Chicago River’s confluence. Planned by Hines in partnership with the Joseph P. Kennedy Family, the skyscraper will measure 813 feet to its pinnacle, qualifying as the seventh tallest project in Chicago YIMBY’s year-end development countdown.
The Rivere takes the 18th spot in YIMBY’s Chicago’s tallest developments countdown. Located at 444 N Dearborn Street in River North, the approved tower will rise 455 feet once complete. The development awaits groundbreaking after its full approval by the city. Friedman Properties is partnering with the City of Chicago on the development, replacing an existing fire station and building the tower above.