Renderings have been revealed for a proposed 47-story tower, located at 640 W Washington Boulevard in West Loop Gate. The site is located along W Washington Boulevard, bound by the Kennedy Expressway to the west, W Court Place to the north, and N Des Plaines Street to the east. The new development will replace an existing surface parking lot.
The Zoning Board of Appeals has granted a new zoning ordinance for a proposed four-story residential building at 1638 N Sedgwick Street, located in Old Town. Planned by Greif Properties, Inc, the development will house three condominium units as well as a basement level. Additional components include a three-story rear staircase, a rooftop deck/enclosure, and a two-car parking pad.
Taking the 24th spot in YIMBY’s countdown of Chicago’s tallest developments, the approved tower at 344 N Canal Street will rise 375 feet above its site in the Fulton River District. The project is located on the west side of N Canal Street between W Kinzie Street and W Fulton Street. The lot is an irregular shape with spurs that extend to N Clinton Street, around a railroad abutment. The new development will replace the existing Cassidy Tire building.
Demolition permits have been issued for a pair of low-rise masonry buildings, paving the way for a new 20-story tower at 166 N Aberdeen Street. The building will stretch 220 feet to roof and 241 feet to the parapet, making it one of the taller buildings in West Loop.