West Loop

Plan Commission Approves 357 Green In West Loop

The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the mixed-use development at 357 N Green Street in the West Loop. Bound by an elevated N Halsted Street to the east and a lower W Kinzie Street to the north, the proposed building merges the two heights with a cut-through plaza giving users access from both sides. The project is being led by Canadian-based Onni Group who is also behind Halsted Pointe on Goose Island, with architecture-firm SCB creating the design.

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The Row. Rendering by Morris Adjmi Architects

The Row Fulton Market Opens To Residents

The Row, Fulton Market, a new mixed-use skyscraper at 164 N Peoria Street, has now opened to its first residents. Standing at 495 feet, this 43-story structure is the second skyscraper in the West Loop area, following the skyscraper at 727 W Madison Street, built in 2018. Developed by Related Midwest, the project carries a price tag of approximately $200 million and includes 300 residential units, 20% of which are set as affordable housing. The building also houses a 146-vehicle garage, integrated into the podium.

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Updated Details Revealed For 370-401 N Morgan Street In West Loop

Updated renderings and details have been revealed for the multi-site mixed-use development at 370-401 N Morgan Street in the West Loop. Centered on the intersection with W Kinzie Street and eventually occupying the both lots to the north and the southwest corner of the crossing, the proposal will be built in multiple phases as demand increases. Developer Vista Property recently reviewed the Gensler-designed proposal with the community after introducing it to the Committee on Design late last year.

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