Dearborn Station, also known as Polk Street Depot, is one of the remaining central stations in Chicago. This Printer’s Row passenger hub was once notably taller, featuring a distinctive steep pitched roof. In this seventh Lost Legends article, we will discuss the changes in the station over its 140-year history, including the fire that resulted in the loss of the additional structure.
Chicago’s 22nd tallest development in this year’s countdown is the 18-story 633 S LaSalle Street in Printers Row. Replacing a surface parking lot across the street from the rails of LaSalle Street station, the building will be located one block west from 2020’s 26th tallest entry, the Imprint apartment tower. Led by London-based developer The Collective, the co-living project was designed by local-firm Fitzgerald Associates along with Berkelhamer Architects and began excavation earlier this summer. As of now, the site is awaiting additional foundation work.
Initial site work can be seen for a planned 18-story residential high rise at 633 S LaSalle Street in Printer’s Row. The Collective is behind the project, which will add to the London-based developer’s portfolio…
This week, foundation permits were issued for an 18-story co-living development at 633 S LaSalle Street in South Loop‘s Printer’s Row District. The Collective, a London-based developer, is behind the 162,000-square-foot project, which will house 117 apartments with a total of 381 beds.
Photos show the completed exterior work for CMK Companies‘ 29-story mixed-use tower known as Imprint Chicago, located at 717 S Clark Street in the Printer’s Row neighborhood. Rising 315 feet high and having opened earlier this fall, the building ranks 26th in YIMBY’s December countdown of the city’s tallest new developments.