Glass installation for the 60-story Salesforce Tower at 333 W Wolf Point Plaza is nearly complete. The 850-foot-tall, office-oriented skyscraper by Hines is approaching its anticipated 2023 completion, and already stands out as a cornerstone of the expanding northwest skyline. Featuring a neomodernist design by Pelli Clarke & Partners, the tower is outfitted with a tapered setback massing and a predominantly glass facade.
The John Buck Company has proposed a major two-tower office development at 655 W Madison Street, set to replace a full-block surface parking lot in West Loop Gate. The development will be staggered, beginning with the taller of the two towers. This first tower will stand 36 stories and span 850,000 square feet. The subsequent shorter tower will encompass 650,000 square feet and link to the taller edifice via a shared five-story podium. In an emerging pattern of new West Loop green space, the podium will be topped by a sprawling one-acre urban park.
A new 1.5-acre urban park has opened at 320 S Canal Street in West Loop Gate. This new space designed by Confluence was built in tandem with the new 52-story BMO Tower that has been developed by Riverside Investment & Development and Convexity Properties. The design of the tower itself was envisioned by Chicago-based firm Goettsch Partners.
The atrium section has completed for the adaptive reuse office development at 1690 N Elston Avenue in West Town. The former 3-story masonry industrial building will be refurbished and retrofitted alongside the construction of a…
Facade installation can be seen making substantial progress for the glassy new life sciences center known as ALLY at 1229 W Concord, the first building in Sterling Bay’s 55-acre Lincoln Yards mega-development along the North Branch of Chicago River.