Caisson work can now be seen at 513 S Damen Avenue, the site of a planned 22-story mixed-use tower in the Illinois Medical District. Plans for the 230-foot-tall tower indicate 1,000 square feet of ground-level retail and 279 apartments on the upper floors. The construction is replacing a former surface parking lot at the northwest corner of the block bound by Damen Avenue, Congress Parkway, Ogden Avenue, and Harrison Street.
Work on the northern garage section is now underway for the Rush University‘s new Joan and Paul Rubschlager cancer and neurosciences building. The 10-story project lies at 1520 W Harrison Street, located in Little Italy directly along the border with the Illinois Medical District. Connecting these two districts over Ashland Avenue, the facility will be linked to Rush University’s main medical building via a pedestrian skybridge.
This week, an official groundbreaking ceremony was held for a new eight-story office building known as ALLY, located at 1229 W Concord Street along Chicago’s North Branch corridor. The building will serve as the first step in a much larger masterplan known as Lincoln Yards, set to transform the former industrial zone into a 21st century community.
A combination of glass, metal, and brick can be seen enveloping a new 12-story mixed-use development known as “1045 on Fulton Market,” located in Fulton Market District. Fulton Street Companies and Intercontinental Real Estate are co-developers behind the boutique project, having planned over 130,000 square feet of rentable space in the West Loop.
The 16-story bioscience and biotechnology building known as Fulton Labs is approaching completion at 400 N Aberdeen near the northern end of the Fulton Market District. The 275-foot edifice serves as the second installation in the larger Fulton Labs campus plan, the first of which was a 14-story office building several blocks southwest at 1375 W Fulton.