Checking in on the farther-west of two developments from Marquette Companies.
1454 West Randolph is also the shorter of the two projects (1400 West Randolph is the other), bringing 11 stories and 242 units to the triangular lot bounded by Randolph Street, Ogden Avenue, and Lake Street. Designed by Brininstool + Lynch; built by Power Construction.
Check out the Instagram photos from Goettsch at the link above, and then I’ve got a few more construction pics for ya.
Because it’s replacing a dance studio. Anyway…
CA6 is the latest development from Belgravia Group, who’ve given us Renelle on the River, Three Sixty West, and CA Washington, to name a few. It weighs in at eight stories, 72 condos, with 76 parking spaces. Its building permit arrived February 9. The permit to demolish the former Hubbard Street Dance Center on this site was issued in November of last year.
I can’t find an opening target date on the CA6 website, but it *is* right next to a Target, so there’s that.
Another day, another hoist, as 609 West Randolph gets a permit to attach a hoist over in the West Loop.
609 W Randolph got its tower crane permit just before Christmas 2020, and the foundation permit followed in January.
It’s no tower crane permit, but 1043 West Fulton landed a hoist permit Monday. It’s news, and we’ll take it.
There are now banners naming this as both 1043 W Fulton and 237 North Aberdeen on site. Which moniker will win?
Sometimes “done” means “completed.” And sometimes “done” means “open.” Avra West Loop is open, which they confirmed to me last week, having started allowing tenants to move in on the first of April. No fooling.
First, Tandem built a home for a tower crane. And now, they’ve just about finished homes for the rest of us.
“Modest” doesn’t describe much as far as development goes in the West Loop/Futon Market arena. But this one applies.
932 West Randolph is a modest mixed-use building going up on the corner of Randolph and Sangamon, replacing a modest MB Bank building. L3 Capital is the developer. Here’s what they have to say:
L3 Capital purchased the former MB Bank in October 2019 and immediately began the design and development process to replace the existing 13,351 square foot bank and adjacent parking lot with a 35,000 square foot mixed-use building with 10,000 square feet of prime retail space below two floors of boutique office. The brick and steel building, designed specifically to pay homage to the Fulton Market neighborhood’s industrial roots, will reuse the structural elements of the existing three-story bank to both reduce costs and construction waste. Construction is underway and the Property will be delivered in Q4 2021.
Here’s a modest gallery of construction photos:
1123 West Randolph has reached about as high as a six-story building can reach.
A somewhat vague permit was issued in January of 2020, calling for a six-story building with retail on the lower two floors and residential units on the third through sixth floors. No number of units is indicated.
Chicago YIMBY visited the site in October of last year. They name Interra Realty as the developer, which is in line with the name (Jon Morgan) on the permit, and the names in the following press release from Neighbors of the West Loop back in 2018:
I got some photos for ya: