As pre-leasing continues, final touches are being made to the facade of 1000 S Michigan Avenue in the South Loop. This 74-story residential project, known as 1000M, stands at 805 feet and is located opposite Grant Park. The tower has been developed by Time Equities, JK Equities, and Oak Capital, with architectural design by Jahn/ and interior design by Kara Mann Design. There will be a total of 738 apartments, ranging from studios priced at $2,075 per month to four-bedroom penthouses starting at $14,470 per month.
Construction has officially completed for Embry, a 16-story residential condominium development at 21 N May Street in West Loop. Developed by Sulo Development and designed by Lamar Johnson Collaborative (LJC), the building has yielded 58 condominium units, 80 percent of which have been pre-sold at the time of opening. The building offers a range of unit types including two-, three-, and four-bedroom configurations, duplexes, and two penthouses. The column-free interior layouts vary in size from 1,828 to 5,187 square feet, with prices ranging from $1.4 million to $7.5 million.
Installation of the outer walls is progressing on the exterior of 43Green Phase II, a mixed-use development project in Bronzeville. The project recently reached a milestone by topping out at a height of 106 feet. Located at 4309 S Prairie Avenue, adjacent to the 43rd Street CTA station, the project follows the completed initial phase located on the other side of the tracks.
Located at 350 N Canal Street in the Fulton River District, the ‘Cassidy on Canal’ is a 33-story high rise developed by The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC. At fifth place in our year-end construction countdown, this mixed-use structure stands at 355 feet and is currently in the final stages of its facade installation.Cassidy on Canal. Photo by Jack Crawford
Facade work is nearing completion at the 225 North Elizabeth Street project in Fulton Market, a collaboration between Sterling Bay and Ascentris. This 28-story mixed-use building, situated at the corner of Fulton and Elizabeth Streets, ranks seventh in the construction countdown and has reached its maximum height of 314 feet.