Move-ins have begun for the new six-story building at 1123 W Randolph Street in West Loop. This mixed-use mid rise by Interra Realty comes with retail spanning the lower two levels, while the upper floors house a total of nine for-rent apartment units.
Initial caisson work can be seen at the site of West Loop‘s 1020 W Randolph Street, where L3 Capital has planned a five-story mixed-use development. At 22,000 square feet, this boutique retail and office edifice will accompany the recent wave of office developments popping up in the West Loop neighborhood.
First floor construction continues to take shape at 133 S Ashland Avenue, a four-story residential building rising near the southwest corner of West Loop. Permits issued in September 2020 have listed 133 Ashland Land LLC as the owner behind the development, with plans for 89 condominium units.
Construction has completed at 15 N Elizabeth Street, a boutique residential development in West Loop. This five-story condominium building has been planned by the three-party developer known as 15 N Elizabeth LLC, comprised of Ranquist Development Group, Jodi Development, and Campbell Coyle.
Earlier this month, YIMBY reported on the Committee on Design’s review of 170 N Green Street, where CRG (of St. Louis-based Clayco) and Shapack Partners have planned a massive mixed-use development. The Fulton Market site was previously owned by Bridgford Foods, whose former packaging facility is currently undergoing full demolition. Clayco purchased the property for $60 million in 2020, prior to which Bridgford Foods had considered its own plans for a 17-story building to occupy the site.