The construction of Evanston Labs, a 10-story office and lab building, is nearing completion near Northwestern University at 710 Clark Street. The project, developed by Trammell Crow Company and designed by ESG Architecture & Design, covers an area of 177,575 square feet. The curved design of the exterior is made up of bronze, glass, and tan paneling. The building is tailored to host companies in biomedicine, nanotechnology, and neuroscience and offers eight levels of office and laboratory space.
The City of Evanston has approved the new Ryan Field stadium at 1505 Central Street in Evanston. Located on the intersection with Ashland Avenue, the new building will rebuild the existing bowl-style stadium owned and used by Northwestern University. The work is being led by the university itself with Kansas City-based architects HNTB serving as the designers who have worked on other college venues.
Structural work is now above ground for a new Class A office and laboratory building is coming to Evanston, situated at 710 Clark Street across from the Northwestern University campus. Evanston Labs, developed by Trammell Crow Company, will offer a high-tech environment for companies in fields such as biomedicine, nanotechnology, and neuroscience.
Plans have been revealed for a new football stadium at 1505 Central Street in Evanston. Located on the intersection with Ashland Avenue, the new structure for Northwestern University will replace the existing venue within their sports complex which also features an indoor arena as well as a baseball diamond. The university is leading the development efforts with Kansas City-based architects HNTB serving as the designers, who have worked on similar facilities for Ohio State and University of Michigan.
The Evanston City Council has approved a new mixed-use development at 1012 Chicago Avenue in Evanston. Developer MCZ Development partnered up with local design firm 2R/Z Architecture on the building that will be replacing a car dealership on what was once known as Evanston’s motor row. The Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is bound by Chicago Avenue to the east and rail tracks to the west with various transit options at the doorstep of future residents.