The Chicago City Council has approved the mixed-use development at 301 S Green Street in the West Loop. Located south of W Randolph Street, the proposal will bring new rental units to an area of the neighborhood that has seen less construction than its northern counterpart, while also adding some height away from the Eisenhower Expressway cluster of towers. Developers GSP Development and Golub & Company are working together with local firm Goettsch Partners on the new building.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the mixed-use development at 301 S Green Street in the West Loop. Located on the corner with W Jackson Boulevard, the new structure will replace a parking lot and one-story industrial building in the quickly growing area that has seen most of its growth north of W Randolph Street. Co-led by GSP Development and Golub & Company, the tower is being designed by Goettsch Partners who have made a new round of changes after input from various city agencies.
New designs and scope have been unveiled for a planned 36-story mixed-use tower at 301 S Green Street in West Loop. Co-developers GSP Development and Golub & Company have envisioned a total of 362 apartment units atop 1,700 square feet of ground-floor retail. Poised to stand 404 feet, the high rise will be a major addition to West Loop’s overall building height, helping to counterbalance the influx of taller projects towards its north end.
Initial details have been revealed to the Committee on Design for a residential development at 301 S Green Street in the West Loop. Located on the south east corner W Jackson Boulevard, the new high rise will replace two low rise masonry commercial buildings and its parking lot. The team behind the building consist of co-developers GSP Development as well as GOLUB & Company with local architecture firm Goettsch Partners working on the design.