The City of Chicago has issued permits for 6542 S Minerva Avenue, a new residential building in Woodlawn. Permits for the project were issued on December 6, following a rapid six-day review period.
Set to open soon, the ‘Arthur on Aberdeen’ at 210 N Aberdeen Street has entered its final phase of facade completion. This 19-story, mixed-use building Fulton Market stands out as the 18th highlight in our year-end roundup. Developed by LG Development Group, the 214-foot structure occupies an L-shaped lot and spans 406,000 square feet.
New renderings have been revealed for the redevelopment of the Thompson Center at 100 W Randolph Street in The Loop. Sitting right in the heart of downtown, the massive structure has been at the center of many debates on preservation since the state announced its sale years ago. Now its new tenant and future owner Google has laid out its plans designed by JAHN Architects, the firm of the building’s original designer.
Permits have been issued for placement of caissons for 462 E North Water Street, a new 72-story residential high-rise in Streeterville. The project, also known as 400 N Lake Shore Drive, will be spearheaded by RMW Acquisition Company LLC, based in New York. Permits for caisson placement were issued on December 6, following an extensive 630-day review period.
The tower crane is being installed for 919 W Fulton, an 11-story mixed-use development in Fulton Market. Under development by Fulton St. Co and JDL, the building ranks number 19 in our year-end countdown of the tallest construction projects in Chicago, with a height of 172 feet. Offering 409,000 square feet of space, it is primarily designed to accommodate office space above ground-floor retail.