Structural work has surpassed the third floor at 345 N Morgan Street, an 11-story development rising in West Loop‘s Fulton Market District. Sterling Bay is the developer behind the mixed-use building, which will provide ground-level retail, offices, and 34 parking spaces.
The Chicago City Council has approved the rezoning of 160 N Morgan Street in West Loop. The approval clears the way for the bKL-designed structure to rise near the CTA Green Line Morgan stop, adjacent to the popular late-night spot Federales. Developer Sterling Bay continues to leave its mark across the once meat-packing neighborhood with the new mixed-use structure featuring ground-floor retail to complement the surrounding area.
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.
Developer Sterling Bay has released updated plans for its office development at 360 N Green Street in the West Loop. The Gensler designed building has received a significant height increase although its overall square footage remains largely unchanged. The changes come after a re-evaluation of the post-pandemic office market which is beginning to favor multiple smaller floors or singular boutique spaces over larger single floor layouts.
Demolition of the former Archer Daniels Midland Wheat Mill (ADM) is now complete, with a secondary twist seen on its grounds. The property, located at 1300 W Carroll Avenue in West Loop and owned by Sterling Bay, has now installed a sign with several clues that construction may be around the corner.