As the 30th tallest entry in Chicago YIMBY’s end-of-year countdown the approved 330 N Green Street, set to reach 288 feet in height, currently awaits groundbreaking in the Fulton Market neighborhood. Dubbed “The Porch,” Sterling Bay’s 20-story mixed-use development will provides a unique set of features that help blaze the trail for the 21st-century office block.
Construction has broken ground on Evanston Senior Housing at 1011 W Howard Street in Evanston. Located along W Howard Street, the development is near restaurants and shops as well as several buses, including Routes 97, 206, and 215, which connect to the Howard CTA L station, serviced by the Purple, Yellow, and Red Lines. Evergreen Real Estate Group and CJE SeniorLife are in charge of the development.
A demolition permit have been issued for a 1.5-story masonry residential building, located at 2725 W Potomac Avenue in West Town. In February prior to the current demolition permit, the owner Dubbs Enterprises LLC filed under Mark Pimperton was issued a construction permit for a three-story residential building with a basement and three total units. The official floor count has yet to be confirmed, as a currently pending electrical permit lists the new structure’s height as four stories.
Leading up to 2021, YIMBY will be checking in on Chicago’s tallest projects under development and construction. Beginning at number 31 in our list, 1400 W Randolph Street is a 26-story mixed-use tower, rising 274 feet. Located in the West Loop, the development site is a corner lot at the intersection of W Randolph Street and N Ogden Avenue. The nearest public transportation is Ashland CTA L station, serviced by the Green and Pink Lines, a five-minute walk away.