The 16-story mixed-use structure at 311 West Huron Street in River North is nearing facade completion. Developed by North Wells Capital, the 226-foot building primarily offers office spaces, with the ground floor designated for retail establishments. Spins has secured the top four office floors with an $88 million lease agreement.
Preliminary facade work can be seen at North Wells Capital’s 16-story, mixed-use building located at 311 W Huron Street in River North. This structure, which now stands 226 feet tall, is primarily designated for office spaces, with Spins set to occupy 48,000 square feet within the top three floors.
Since YIMBY’s last update, North Wells Capital’s 16-story mixed-use tower has topped out in River North. Located at 311 W Huron Street, the tower now stands 226 feet tall and house programming for both retail and office. North Wells Capital has already secured Spins as the anchor tenant to occupy the highest four office floors at an $88 million lease.
Renovation permits have been issued for the addition of a new floor to an existing greenhouse and support building at 10636 S Woodlawn Avenue in Pullman. The 48,600-square-foot one-story addition will be constructed alongside the existing 100,000-square-foot structure, creating even further capacity for their leafy green production.
North Wells Capital’s 16-story mixed-use tower at 311 W Huron Street in River North is quickly rising and now clearly visible from a range of new vantage points. The tower will stand 226 feet tall and offer a blend of retail and office space. North Wells Capital secured Spins as the anchor tenant with an $88 million lease, allowing the building to commence construction. Spins will occupy the top four floors of the tower.