YIMBY has fresh photos showing off two major office space projects rising in the Fulton Market neighborhood of West Loop. Both sites, 800 W Fulton Market developed by Thor Equities, and 320 N Sangamon Street developed by Tishman Speyer, lie just north of the Fulton Market street, and just south of the Metra North West and Central Line rails. Transit in the area includes the bus route 8 stop at Halsted & Fulton Market. CTA L access includes Morgan station along the Green and Pink Lines, just one block south of Fulton Market. The area has been noted previously for its growing vibrancy amongst a slew of new restaurants, bars, and mixed-use development.
Construction work is nearing completion on 110 N Wacker, a 56-story office tower reaching 817-feet tall at its namesake address of 110 N Wacker Drive in the Loop. Located on a riverside full-block lot along N Wacker Drive between W Washington Street and W Randolph Street, the project is designed by architect Goettsch Partners and developed by the Howard Hughes Corporation and Riverside Investment & Development.
YIMBY has image updates for the future 813-foot-tall Wolf Point South in River North after providing permit updates earlier this week. The 58-story office tower at 333 W Wolf Point Plaza will be the third and final installation of River North’s Wolf Point complex. A recent photo captured the caissons, concrete, and rebar beginning to form a portion of the footprint. Despite a single mobile crane currently occupying the site, freestanding crane permits have been approved, with installation likely imminent as foundation work continues.
Construction is now in progress for 448 N LaSalle Drive in River North, after filing permits in March. The new office building will help extend the density along the river inland toward River North’s center. Nearby public transportation includes the adjacent Illinois & LaSalle stop along Route 65 and Route 156, as well as the three-minute walk southwest to Wells & Hubbard along Route 37 and Route 125. CTA L transit access also involves a three-minute walk southwest to Merchandise Mart Station, along the Brown and Purple Lines.
YIMBY checked on the construction of One Chicago Square, a 2.2 million-square-foot mixed-use development in River North. With the taller east tower reaching its 28th of 74 floors, and the shorter west tower reaching its 15th of 49 floors, both towers now stand close to their respective one-third marks. Additionally, the facade on the taller tower has been installed up to its 16th floor.