Structural work is now above grade for a 30-story apartment building just north of Morgan & Randolph in West Loop’s Fulton Market District. Residing under the address 160 N Morgan Street, this development by Sterling Bay and Ascentris will be one of the tallest towers west of the Kennedy Expressway at a height of 350 feet. Programming will include 282 rental apartments atop two levels of retail within its podium.
Just west of the confluence of the Chicago River, demolition is now in full swing for the former Cassidy Tire building in Fulton River District. This five-story brick structure at 344 N Canal Street will give rise to a 33-story mixed-use tower developed by The Habitat Company in partnership with Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC. Plans call for ground-level retail and 343 apartment rental units above.
Construction is rising rapidly for the 27-story building set to rise at 160 N Elizabeth Street in Fulton Market District. This 293-foot-tall edifice planned by Moceri + Roszak is set to yield 9,000 square feet of retail space topped by 375 rental units. Of the planned mercantile space and apartments, 20 percent will be designated as affordable. Unit layouts comprise of 133 studios, 151 one-bedrooms, 89 two-bedrooms, and two three-bedrooms. Many of the units will also come with private balconies.
Facade work and installation are now underway for Casa Durango, a five-story mixed-use building at 1850 S Racine Avenue in Pilsen. The developer, known as The Resurrection Project, has planned for 1,610 square feet of retail and 37 affordable residential units. In order for the development to proceed, the site was re-zoned in 2019 from B3-2 Community Shopping District to B2-3 Neighborhood Mixed-Use District. As part of a broader 53-unit affordable housing plan, the developer is also building an additional 16 units nearby at 2008 S Ashland Avenue.
This week, YIMBY toured the construction site at 1400 S Wabash Avenue, which will give rise to a 30-story mixed-use high rise in South Loop. Developed by CMK Companies, the 305-foot-tall tower will add to South Loop’s growing skyline cluster, alongside the 768-foot-tall 1000M apartment building that’s rising nearby.