The City of Chicago has issued a permit for the demolition of a five-story masonry building located at 1130 S Wabash Avenue in South Loop. The demolition will be carried out by Atlas Industries, Inc., a Chicago-based general contractor.
Construction at 633 S LaSalle Street in the South Loop area has progressed, with structural work nearing the halfway mark. This 18-floor residential building, undertaken by The Collective, is being developed on a site that was formerly a surface parking lot. The design of the building is tailored for co-living, comprising 117 apartment suites with a capacity to accommodate up to 381 residents.
Caisson equipment can be seen at the site of a new 13-story residential building at 1723 S Michigan Avenue in the South Loop neighborhood. This building will house 149 living units and include a parking garage with space for 98 vehicles. The project is being developed by CMK Companies.
A full construction permit has been issued for the residential development at 1700 S Wabash Avenue in South Loop. This project will rise on a previously vacant lot just north of the intersection with E 18th Street and adjacent to the CTA tracks.
The parapet topping the new 1000M apartment tower has been installed, bringing the development to its pinnacle height of 805 feet. The completion of this capping structure now offers a final glimpse of the skyscraper’s design and its impact on the South Loop skyline. This 74-story development at 1000 S Michigan Avenue will house 738 total apartments, a pivot from the originally planned 506 condominiums. Time Equities, Inc., JK Equities, and Oak Capitals are operating as co-developers.