Embry, a 16-story condominium tower in the West Loop, is progressing in its construction, with cladding nearing the roofline. The project, located at 21 N May Street, is an initiative by Sulo Development.
The mixed-use development known as “Coppia” at 1101 W Van Buren Street has achieved construction progress up to its seventh floor out of its planned 19 stories. This West Loop project from Pizzuti Development is positioned between two existing residential high rises, filling a formerly vacant site.
In collaboration with bKL Architecture, Loukas Development has unveiled a renewed design for the proposed skyscraper at 1300 W Lake Street. The mixed-use structure, a 46-story tower planned for the western portion of Fulton Market, will now stand 537 feet, slightly taller than the original 530-foot proposal.
A zoning application has been submitted for the mixed-use skyscraper at 420 N May Street in the West Loop. Located on the northwestern corner with W Kinzie Street directly across the street from the recently completed Fulton Labs, the tower would become the tallest building west of the Loop adding a new peak to the skyline. Plans were originally revealed late last year by Miami-based developer Crescent Heights, who also built NEMA in the South Loop, and is working with local-architecture firm HPA.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the latest plans for the mixed-use development at 1300 W Carroll Avenue in the West Loop. Located on the corner with N Elizabeth Street and replacing the former site of the ADM Wheat Mill Silos, the multi-phase project was recently revised and presented at a public meeting this past February with changes to the overall design and plan. Now Sterling Bay has received its first approval for the SOM-designed structure which was first proposed in 2021.