In West Loop Gate, two office buildings located at 10 and 120 S Riverside Plaza continue to undergo renovations as part of a larger repositioning project. These two structures, each rising 21 stories, collectively offer 1.4 million square feet of space with 37,000-square-foot floor plates. With SOM as the original architect behind both structures, 10 S Riverside Plaza was constructed in 1965, while 120 S Riverside Plaza was completed in 1967.
The construction of 333 North Water Street in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward has reached its full height. This mixed-use building, developed by Hines, will be the tallest in the neighborhood at 342 feet and 31 floors, encompassing a total area of 374,000 square feet.
Renovation work is progressing for 10 and 120 S Riverside Plaza, two adjacent office buildings located along the west bank of the Chicago River in West Loop Gate. These two 21-story structures encompass a total of 1.4 million square feet and offer 37,000-square-foot floor plates. With both buildings originally designed by SOM, 10 S Riverside Plaza was constructed in 1965, while 120 S Riverside Plaza was completed in 1967.
Recently, YIMBY explored the current progress on The Couture, a 44-story tower set to rise 507 feet along Milwaukee’s lakefront. This week, we take a look at the city’s next tallest construction project, a 31-story mixed-use tower at 333 North Water Street, set to be the Historic Third Ward’s tallest building at a height of 342 feet.
The 60-story Salesforce Tower is now receiving its finishing touches at 333 W Wolf Point Plaza in River North. The mixed-use, primarily office tower is a collaboration between Hines and longtime landowner, the Joseph P. Kennedy Family, marking the completion of the three-tower Wolf Point masterplan. With its 850-foot stature, the tower makes a bold statement on the northwest corner of Chicago’s skyline, and is prominently visible when approaching from the northwest along the Kennedy Expressway.