Fulton Market’s urban landscape continues to evolve as construction progresses at 1114 W Carroll Avenue, the site of a future mixed-use high-rise developed by Trammell Crow Company. Alongside other recent projects like 225 N Elizabeth Street, Fulbrix, and 1400 W Randolph Street, the planned 34-story tower continues to push the boundaries of the skyline further west.
Structural work advances in the Near North Side for two adjacent towers at 868 N Wells Street and 920 N Wells Street. The projects are part of the sprawling North Union megadevelopment, a $1.3 billion master plan that will eventually occupy 2.9 million square feet of space. Both towers are being developed by JDL, designed by Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture, and constructed by Power Construction.
Wendelin Park, previously known as The Shops at Big Deahl, is now partially open to residents. This $250 million, mixed-use Clybourn Corridor project, managed by Structured Development, is adding three residential buildings to the area: Post Chicago, The Seng, and the soon-to-be-completed Foundry. These buildings, alongside a new 26,000-square-foot public park and public art installations, follow the 2021 completion of Movement Lincoln Park, the first stage of the masterplan and the tallest climbing gym in the city.
Installation of white metal paneling has commenced on the five-story Rush Specialty Hospital, located at 516 S Loomis Street in Little Italy. This medical edifice is an expansion to the Rush University Medical Campus and…
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.