Another Fulton Market apartment tower begins, as 1114 West Carroll sprouts from the ground

1114 West Carroll has gone vertical in the Fulton Market District.

1114 West Carroll, the 34-story, 368-unit apartment tower from developer Trammell Crow Company, is beginning to go 3-D from its excavation site in the Fulton Market District. On the site where once stood a Ryder truck-rental site, GC Power Construction has been digging out space for the below-grade 95 parking spaces for several weeks. But now, the core is rising.

Designed by ESG Architecture & Design, who also teamed with Trammell Crow on the Fulton Labs project on the north side of the Metra tracks, 1114 West Carroll will add retail space at ground level. Below-grade parking + ground-level retail = no parking podium, if my math is correct.

To date, 1114 has received the following building permits:
foundation issued 1/9/23
tower crane issued 1/23/23
full build issued 3/7/23
hoist issued 4/25/23

I got over here a couple times while the digging was still being dug — you’ll see photos from those visits in the gallery, including shots from Craning Day in March — but verticality is always a nice milestone. Those pics were taken May 7.

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