Renderings have been revealed of the updated design for 1000M, a residential tower located at 1000 S Michigan Avenue in South Loop. Located on an empty lot, the site fronts S Michigan Avenue midblock between E 9th Street and E 11th Street. Time Equities and JK Equities are the developers behind the project.
Work on the western phase, the first of a two phase development, is nearing completion at Peoria Green. The six-story condominium project is located at 123 S Peoria Street and 128 S Green Street in West Loop. Developed by ZSD Corporation, the structure will yield 17 units and sit directly across from the family-friendly Mary Bartelme Park. All the units in the western phase will contain five bedrooms, each comprising approximately 4,300 square feet. Meanwhile, the eastern phase will have three- and four-bedroom units at 3,100 to 5,500 square feet, ranging in price from $1.65 to $3.2 million.
Permits have been issued for a two-story addition to an existing two-story commercial building located at 44 E Walton Street in Near North Side. Owned by Rush Walton LLC, the L-shaped building currently houses a variety of retail storefronts and will continue to be retail-oriented once the new portion is complete. The filing description seems to indicate that the addition will be a separate mercantile space from the existing stores, with frontage located at 937 N Rush Street that lies caddy-corner to Walton Street.
Exterior work is wrapping up for 800 W Fulton Market, an 18-story office building located at the northeastern corner of West Loop‘s Fulton Market. Thor Equities has developed the 300-foot-tall edifice, helping to extend Downtown’s density westward into the former meatpacking district.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the updates to the Fulton Market Innovation District (FMID) plan. Implemented to guide the future growth of the neighborhood, the plan will govern the area bounded by W Hubbard Street to the north, W Randolph Street to the south, N Halsted Street to the east, and N Ogden Avenue to the west. This newly approved plan will supersede the original plan adopted in 2014.