Taking the sixth place in this year’s countdown is the RIU Plaza Hotel Chicago at 150 E Ontario Street in Streeterville. Located just east of the intersection with N Michigan Avenue, the project came in ninth place in last year’s countdown as it replaced an empty lot. Developer The Prime Group worked with local architecture firm Lucien LaGrange Studio on the hotel which will be operated by Spain-based RIU Hotels.
Initial details have been revealed for the mixed-use development at 2116 S Clark Street in Chinatown. Located on the eastern edge of the neighborhood just north of the intersection with W Cermak Road, the proposal would replace an empty lot next to the railroad tracks on the west. While an architect is unknown, the project is being brought forward by Century 21 Realty Associates and HMC Realty & Management.
A new Hampton Inn & Suites hotel, located at 710 S Seeley Avenue in the Illinois Medical District, has begun the installation of brick exterior cladding at its base. This 135-room project, overseen by East Lake Management, is part of the larger Gateway mixed-use plan, which includes the now-complete Cadence Apartments and two single-story retail buildings.
Further details have been revealed for the mixed-use development at 1016 W Lake Street in Fulton market. Sitting adjacent to the CTA tracks on the intersection with N Carpenter Street, we first covered the proposal a month ago as its initial details were revealed. Now the development team of Cogswell Realty and Erol Stapleton have presented the M Moser Associates-designed building to the community.
Details have been revealed for a new mixed-use development at 1016 W Lake Street in Fulton market. Located on the intersection with N Carpenter Street, the project would replace a surface parking lot next to a strip of townhomes facing the train tracks. The proposal is being led by a team made up of New York-based Cogswell Realty and Chicago-based Erol Stapleton, with M Moser Associates working on the design.