Excavation is now underway for a 12-story apartment building at 1630 South Wabash Avenue in South Loop. This residential development, undertaken by CMK Companies, will house a total of 149 rental units. The building will be located on a previously vacant lot just east of the elevated CTA tracks. Its foundation and partial superstructure received a permit in late October, while the full construction permit is still pending.
Construction at 633 S LaSalle Street in the South Loop area has progressed, with structural work nearing the halfway mark. This 18-floor residential building, undertaken by The Collective, is being developed on a site that was formerly a surface parking lot. The design of the building is tailored for co-living, comprising 117 apartment suites with a capacity to accommodate up to 381 residents.
The first demolition permit has been issued for the massive renovation of the Thompson Center, located at 100 W Randolph Street in The Loop. With a value of $6 million, this permit will facilitate the removal of non-structural interior and exterior elements, paving the way for the forthcoming redevelopment.
Structural work has completed for the first five floors of 633 S LaSalle Street in South Loop. Led by The Collective, this 18-floor residential structure is being constructed on land previously occupied by a surface parking lot. The building is designed for co-living, with 117 apartment suites that can house up to 381 residents.
The tower crane can now be seen installed at 633 S LaSalle Street in South Loop. Spearheaded by The Collective, the upcoming 18-floor residential structure will be established where a surface parking lot once stood. This building will showcase a co-living concept, encompassing 117 apartment suites that accommodate a total of 381 residents.