Huizenga Capital Management
Work is rapidly nearing completion for a mixed-use, multi-building development known as 1100 W Fulton Market, located within West Loop‘s Fulton Market neighborhood. The project has been developed by Fulton St. Companies, with additional backing from Huizenga Capital Management. Herman Miller, which recently began leasing the 1100 W Fulton Market property, will serve as the single tenant for the buildings. Herman Miller’s new space will include its retail offerings and a showroom on the first floor, and accessory office space on the floors above.
The facade and other remaining construction work at 1100 W Fulton Market is steadily progressing towards the finish line. The five-story mixed-use development is located near the heart of West Loop‘s rapidly developing Fulton Market neighborhood.
Demolition is wrapping up for one of the two buildings at 911-923 W Fulton Market Street in West Loop. Permits were issued to Fulton St. Companies, a venture backed by Huizenga Capital Management, the properties were previously owned by wholesaler Nealey Foods in 2019.
YIMBY has photos of the site preparation for 1043 W Fulton Market in the development-heavy Fulton Market neighborhood. The development will be two-fold, consisting of a 12-story hotel with 132,000 square feet of space and a six-story boutique office building with an additional 46,000 square feet of space. The project will replace two single-story buildings and a parking lot.