Updated plans have been disclosed for the mixed-use development at 420 N May Street in the West Loop. Crescent Heights, a Miami-based developer and the same team responsible for NEMA in the South Loop, has submitted the project for the upcoming Plan Commission meeting. The HPA-designed project is set to replace a cluster of small buildings on the corner with W Kinzie Street.
Developer Sterling Bay has announced the sale of their property at 345 N Aberdeen Street in the West Loop. Bound by W Carroll Avenue to the south and rail tracks to the north, the site currently holds the Cougle Commission Company factory. The developer has brought on real estate company JLL to sell the property for them.
Renderings have been revealed for the mixed-use development at 370 N Carpenter Street in the West Loop. Developer Sterling Bay held a community meeting for the project earlier this week where we received a first look at what the finished product may look like. Sitting on the intersection with W Kinzie Street, the project replaces a small industrial building with a new tower designed by HPA.
Updated plans have been presented for a 29-story apartment tower at 220 N Ada Street in Fulton Market. This mixed-use project is a joint venture between Shapack Partners, CRG, and Bill Williams of KMW Communities, LLC. An updated iteration of the previously proposed 1353 W Fulton, the new tower is intended to occupy a 27,244 square-foot plot, currently the site of a one-story warehouse that is expected to be demolished next month.
Community meetings have been scheduled for two upcoming mixed-use towers in Old Town and West Loop. Combined the projects will bring over 800-residential units to the city; with one being located at 370 N Carpenter Street in the West Loop and the other being Old Town Canvas at 1610 N LaSalle Drive.