The Chicago Plan Commission is set to review the updated proposal for a mixed-use tower at 800 W Lake Street in Fulton Market. The high-rise, designed by GREC Architects, is backed by a development team comprising Ascend Real Estate and Intercontinental Real Estate Group.. The project aims to fill a vacant lot at the intersection of N Halsted Street that once housed small commercial establishments, including a corner bar.
Related Midwest has completed the upper-floor residences of The Row Fulton Market, a 43-story mixed-use building located at 164 N Peoria Street in Fulton Market District. The residences are on floors 36 to 43 and feature larger floor plans and enhanced finishes.
In the Fulton Market District, construction on the nine-story commercial building at 732 W Randolph Street is progressing toward completion. Overseen by Samuel Oliva, this development spans 7,000 square feet, dedicating seven floors to offices, a ground floor for retail, and a top floor for tenant amenities.
This month, the Plan Commission will review an ambitious project led by VISTA Property Group, designed to significantly reshape the West Loop’s Fulton Market in the form of three mixed-use towers. Gensler is behind the design for this major new development, which will be divided into two separate phases.
The 24-story mixed-use building at 360 N Green Street, after reaching its 399-foot height, is approaching the completion of its facade installation. Located in the Fulton Market district, this building is developed by Sterling Bay, a company with several nearby properties at different stages of development. It will include offices, 5,400 square feet of retail space, and tenant amenities across 500,000 square feet.