Construction on the 33-story mixed-use tower dubbed “Cassidy on Canal” has surpassed the 14th level in the Fulton River District. Located at 350 N Canal Street, the 375-foot-tall high rise will contain 343 apartments and approximately 1,300 square feet of retail space. The project is a joint effort between The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC, and is replacing the former five-story Cassidy Tire Building.
Fulton River District
Structural work has passed the fourth floor for a new 33-story mixed-use tower known as “Cassidy on Canal” in Fulton River District. The 375-foot-tall structure, situated at 344 N Canal Street, will feature 343 apartments on its upper floors, alongside ground-floor retail space. The project is a collaboration between The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC.
Coming in at the fifth place in this year’s countdown is the residential development at 354 N Union Avenue in the Fulton River District. Contrary to its address the main entrance is reached off of N Halsted Street just south of the overpass with W Kinzie Street, having replaced an empty lot adjacent to the K2 residential tower easily seen from the highway nearby. Canadian developer Onni Group is leading the project with local architecture firm Pappageorge Haymes having worked on its design.
Number seven in the year-end countdown is the 33-story mixed-use tower prepping to rise at 344 N Canal Street in Fulton River District. The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC are behind the 375-foot-tall structure, located on the former site of the five-story Cassidy Tire building. The high rise replacement, dubbed “Cassidy on Canal”, will provide 343 apartments on its upper floors, with ground-floor retail space available as well.
With mainly landscaping work now remaining, exterior construction has been completed for Onni‘s 33-story residential building dubbed Onni Fulton Market, located at 354 N Union Avenue in Fulton River District. At 410 feet in height, the Onni-developed tower will provide 373 new rental apartments to a rapidly growing cluster of high rises at the northwest corner of downtown.