Now at the 20th floor mark, 225 N Elizabeth Street is steadily approaching its final height of 28 stories in the Fulton Market District. This mixed-use project is already making a significant impact on the cityscape as one of the pioneering new towers in the area. It is part of a transformative wave that will turn the low-rise industrial meatpacking district into a mixed-use urban center with a density comparable to that of Streeterville. The project, a collaboration between Sterling Bay and Ascentris, is taking shape on the site of a former parking lot at the intersection of Fulton Street and Elizabeth Street.
This past week, YIMBY captured the the tower crane disassembly at 160 N Morgan Street, a 30-story mixed-use tower nearing completion in Fulton Market District. This joint venture between Sterling Bay and Ascentris now stands its full 350 feet in height and is set to feature 282 rental apartments situated above 2,657 square feet of retail space.
With the structural work reaching its 399-foot peak, the 24-story mixed-use building at 360 N Green Street is now rapidly progressing with its facade installation. The new Fulton Market tower, developed by Sterling Bay, who owns an array of nearby properties at various stages of development, will offer a mix of offices, 5,400 square feet of retail, and tenant amenities across 500,000 square feet of floor space.
The Lincoln Yards mega-development is set to enter its next phase as two of its riverfront parcels, D2 and D3, are scheduled to break ground next month. Following the completion of the life sciences ofice building at 1229 W Concord early this year, developer Sterling Bay has reevaluated the phasing plan for the Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture and Gensler-designed project, likely due to shifts in the economy. This adjustment prioritizes the development of mixed-use structures at the D2 and D3 parcels, located just north of 1229 W Concord.
The 30-story mixed-use tower at 160 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market District has reached its final height of 350 feet. The project is a joint venture by Sterling Bay and Ascentris, who are bringing 282 rental apartments and two floors of retail space to the rapidly developing neighborhood.