Taking the 28th spot in our countdown of the tallest developments in Chicago, work is wrapping up on Parkline Chicago, a 26-story residential project rising 293 feet above The Loop. Located at 60 E Randolph Street, the property is placed at the intersection of N Wabash Avenue and E Randolph Street, rising alongside the CTA L tracks.
Construction has reached the fifth and final floor at Rauner Family Veteran Studios, located at 2908 W Roosevelt Road in North Lawndale. Spearheaded by A Safe Haven Foundation in partnership with KMA Companies and the City of Chicago, the residential development will contain 90 efficiency residences primarily designated for veterans.
Recent photos show demolition progress of an existing two-story masonry building, helping to clear the way for a new 11-story residential building at 1454 W Randolph Street in West Loop. Planned by Marquette Companies, the development will consist of 242 units, ranging in size from smaller studios/convertibles to larger one- and two-bedroom units.
Window installation and exterior work is wrapping up on Cunningham Hall, a nine-story residential building originally designed in 1955 by famous German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Located at 3100 S Michigan Avenue on the northeastern edge of the main campus in Bronzeville, the structure was built by Mies van der Rohe as part of his campus plan and used as on-campus apartments. Illinois Institute of Technology is leading the renovation of the building.