It’s been nearly eight months since YIMBY’s last update on the five-building residential development known as West Loop Collection, located at 216-236 S Green Street along the edge of Greektown. With three of the six-story buildings already completed, the fourth has now reached its full height with much of the facade work now complete. POGN Development has planned for a total of 40 condominium units, divided equally into eight units per building. Layouts for these residences range from three bedrooms up to five bedrooms, and fall between $1 million for a single-level “simplex” and up to $2 million for a duplex penthouse.
Initial foundation work is progressing at the site of Madison + Carpenter, a six-story mixed-use building getting ready to rise at 6 N Carpenter Street in West Loop. ZSD is the project developer, whose plans for the boutique building will comprise of ground-level retail, above which will be 13 condominium residences. These residences will range from four to five bedrooms and from 2,400 to 3,800 square feet. Prices, meanwhile, will fall between $2 million and $3 million.
In West Loop‘s Fulton Market District, the site of 1020 W Randolph Street is now undergoing preparation for a five-story mixed-use building. This boutique 69-foot-tall project is being developed by L3 Capital, whose planned programming will consist consists of ground-floor retail with 22,000 square feet of office space above. There will also be a sixth-level amenity area with a penthouse enclosure and a 2,000-square-foot terrace.
As facade work continues to progress for CA6 Condominiums, developer Belgravia Group has reported sales surpassing the 80 percent mark for this new West Loop edifice. Located at 305-323 S Racine Avenue, the seven-story residential building will house 72 for-sale units.
The Chicago City Council has approved a new mixed-use development at 1245 W Fulton Market Street in the West Loop. Located near the intersection with N Elizabeth Street, the project comes to us from developer Sterling Bay with the design being led by West Loop local firm Harthshorne Plunkard Architecture. The approval green-lights the building to rise in the fast-growing neighborhood where some have called for a slowdown on new developments.