Demolition has begun at 901 N Halsted Street on Goose Island for Halsted Pointe, a multi-phase, mixed-use development by Onni Group. The development will replace the existing Greyhound bus terminal and introduce the island’s first high-rise skyscraper.
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Onni Group has revealed their proposed Halsted Point development located at 901 N Halsted Street in Goose Island. Planned for the site of the current Greyhound Bus facility, the project site is located at the southern tip of Goose Island. The property is bound by N Halsted Street to the west, W Hooker Street to the north, and the Chicago River to the south and east.
Leasing has begun at the recently completed mixed-use development, dubbed Westerly, at 740 N Aberdeen Street in River West. The Westerly is located on a corner lot at the intersection of N Aberdeen Street and N Ogden Avenue. The Chicago CTA L station, serviced by the Blue Line can be accessed within a one-minute walk from the site. The 56 and 66 CTA bus routes can be accessed at the intersection of N Milwaukee Avenue, N Ogden Avenue, and W Chicago Avenue, also a one-minute walk from the site.