The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a new five-story 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 Chicago CTA L station, serviced by the Red Line, is a four-minute walk away. The lot is also within a two-minute walk of numerous CTA bus lines on N Michigan Avenue and N State Street. Restorative Care Institute is the developer and eventual tenant for the project.
Photos taken this week show the hoisting process of multiple metal and glass panels at 111 W Hubbard Street, which will be added to the roof deck of an existing four-story commercial building in River North. A retractable enclosure on the masonry structure will cover existing deck space and be incorporated into the multi-level bar and restaurant venue known as Celeste.
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.