Construction has topped out for 609 W Randolph Street, a 15-story mixed-use development near the heart of West Loop Gate. Planned by Vista Property Group and spanning over 100,000 feet, the 211-foot-tall tower is set to house 1,770 square feet of ground-level retail and office use on the remaining 14 floors. The base of the project will also restore and integrate a late 19th-century masonry building, while the new construction will replace a former parking lot.
Renderings have been revealed for a proposed mixed-use development at 4715 N Western Avenue in Lincoln Square. Located at the intersection of W Leland Avenue and N Western Avenue, the site is a city-owned public parking lot on the northeastern corner of the intersection. The Community Builders is the developer behind the concept.
Construction permits were filed last week for a three-story residential building at 4351 S Vincennes Avenue in Bronzeville. With McBrearty Construction Company as the listed owner, plans consist of three total units, a basement, a private rooftop deck, and a detached three-car garage with an additional rooftop deck. The project is set to replace a formerly vacant grass parcel.
Caisson work has kicked off for The Reed, a 41-story residential tower along the river in South Loop. Situated at 234 W Polk Street, the 447-foot-tall structure serves as the second phase of a larger five-building development by Lendlease known as Southbank. This masterplan was formerly occupied by a large grass parcel that had long been vacant. Underneath this land were a series of freight tunnels that have undergone a sealing process over the past few months, thereby allowing The Reed to proceed.
Renderings have been revealed for a mixed-use development at 920 E 43rd Street in Oakland. Located along E 43rd Street, the subject property is currently a vacant lot, bound to the west by a public alley. DOM Properties Investment is the developer behind the project.