The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the mixed-use development at 357 N Green Street in the West Loop. Bound by an elevated N Halsted Street to the east and a lower W Kinzie Street to the north, the proposed building merges the two heights with a cut-through plaza giving users access from both sides. The project is being led by Canadian-based Onni Group who is also behind Halsted Pointe on Goose Island, with architecture-firm SCB creating the design.
Updated renderings and details have been revealed for the multi-site mixed-use development at 370-401 N Morgan Street in the West Loop. Centered on the intersection with W Kinzie Street and eventually occupying the both lots to the north and the southwest corner of the crossing, the proposal will be built in multiple phases as demand increases. Developer Vista Property recently reviewed the Gensler-designed proposal with the community after introducing it to the Committee on Design late last year.
The seven-story 812 W Adams Street, a mixed-use building in West Loop, is now undergoing remaining structural installation. Under development by Luxe Suites Chicago, the project will house 80 apartments for rent, along with a retail space spanning 4,200 square feet.
The mixed-use development known as “Coppia” at 1101 W Van Buren Street has achieved construction progress up to its seventh floor out of its planned 19 stories. This West Loop project from Pizzuti Development is positioned between two existing residential high rises, filling a formerly vacant site.
A full permit has been granted for 2700 N Pine Grove Avenue, under development by the Second Church of Christ Scientist. This permit paves the way for a mixed-use development near the intersection of W Wrightwood Avenue in Lincoln Park. The approved project involves restoring the existing church building and constructing a six-story, 80-foot addition. This structure designed by Booth Hansen will be integrated with the existing church facade.