The concrete core has reached its full height for a 27-story mixed-use building at 160 N Elizabeth Street in the Fulton Market District. This 293-foot-tall edifice planned by Moceri + Roszak is set to yield 9,000 square feet of retail space and 375 rental units, 20 percent of which will be affordable under ARO. There will be a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedrooms, and many of the units will also come with private balconies.
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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.
Structural work has now passed the seventh floor for 160 N Elizabeth Street, a 27-story mixed-use tower rising along the Randolph Street corridor in West Loop. Developer Moceri + Roszak has planned for 9,000 square feet of retail and 375 apartment units. Of this programming, 1,800 square feet of retail and 75 apartments will be affordable under ARO.
With its structural work now above ground level, the planned 27-story development at 160 N Elizabeth Street has received its full construction permit in West Loop. Prior to construction, this parcel along the Randolph Street corridor was previously occupied by a collection of low-rise masonry buildings. This 293-foot-tall replacement will have a dramatic presence as one of the largest new developments contributing to West Loop’s rapid urbanization.
Claiming the 14th place in the year-end countdown is the mixed-use development at 160 N Elizabeth Street in the West Loop. Located on the corner with W Randolph Street, it replaces two one-story masonry buildings with a Thomas Roszak Architecture designed high-rise developed by Moceri + Roszak. With the site now cleared, Clark Construction is now wrapping up caisson work as the structure recently received foundation permits.