The construction of a new 19-story mixed-use development, named Coppia, is advancing towards completion at 1101 W Van Buren Street in the West Loop area. The project, overseen by Pizzuti Development, occupies a previously vacant lot, bordered by residential buildings.
Further details have been revealed for the mixed-use development at 700 W Chicago Avenue in River West. The large project sits to the east of the intersection with N Halsted Street and will replace part of the Chicago Tribune facility, directly across the street from the upcoming permanent casino. The proposal is being led by Canadian-based developer Onni Group who is working with Goettsch Partners on its design.
Facade construction for a new mixed-use development at 1101 W Van Buren Street in West Loop is nearing its full height. Planned by Pizzuti Development, the 19-story tower, known as Coppia, stands on a previously empty plot, flanked by two residential structures.
The Chicago City Council has approved tThref=”https://chicagoyimby.com/category/building/mixed-use”>mixed-use development at 700 W Chicago Avenue in River West will be reviewed by the Committee on Zoning. Located on the intersection with N Halsted Street and replacing a massive Chicago Tribune facility, the proposal is the second attempt to develop the site across the street from the upcoming casino. This attempt is being led by Canadian-based developer Onni Group who tapped Goettsch Partners for its design.
Coppia, a 19-story, mixed-use development at 1101 W Van Buren Street in West Loop, has officially topped out. This new tower by Pizzuti Development sits between two existing residential buildings, filling a formerly vacant lot.