A demolition permit has now been issued for the 18-story mixed-use high rise at 350 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market. Developed by Sterling Bay, the 288-foot-tall project is set to yield 505,000 square feet of programming, consisting of primarily class A offices and a supplementary 15,000 square feet of programming. Built to accommodate open, creative office layouts, the tower will provide its tenants with 30,000 to 45,000-square-foot floor plates.
Podium construction is now giving way to tower construction for 160 N Morgan Street, a 30-story mixed-use tower in Fulton Market District. The high rise, planned by Sterling Bay and Ascentris, will be one of the tallest buildings west of the Kennedy Expressway. Programming will include 282 rental apartments and two levels of retail within the first and second floors.
The Loop‘s newest skyscraper, 300 N Michigan Avenue, is now complete. The 47-story mixed-use tower developed by Sterling Bay and Magellan Development Group features a retail base, a 280-key citizenM hotel on the lower levels, and 289 rental apartment units dubbed “Millie on Michigan.”
Sterling Bay‘s bioscience-oriented office building known as ALLY at 1229 W Concord Place is currently undergoing final facade installation, marking a major milestone for the project as it nears completion. The eight-story edifice is part of the developer’s larger multi-billion, 55-acre Lincoln Yards, which is poised to bring new life to the North Branch of Chicago River via a mix of commercial, residential, and recreational spaces.
Noted Chicago developer Sterling Bay has unveiled ambitious plans to build the city’s largest and tallest timber building since the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. They are planning a nine-story, 130-unit apartment building at 2100 N Southport Avenue in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.