43 results for “Chicago Plan Commission”
CRE N Illinois

Lincoln Yards redux: Sterling Bay again alters megaproject

| Matt Baker

Last week, Chicago 2nd Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins rejected elements of Sterling Bay’s plans for the Lincoln Yards project along the North Branch, notably the soccer stadium and the Live Nation-affiliated entertainment district. The developer responded, unveiling revised drawings over the weekend that show park and recreational uses where t…

Office N Illinois

New Class A office space to break ground this month in Fulton Market

Trammell Crow Company and CBRE Global Investors announced that construction will commence this month on a Class A, 300,000-square-foot office tower located at 1375 W. Fulton Market in Chicago's expanding Fulton Market neighborhood. The 14-floor tower will include 15,000 square feet of ground floor space for retail and restaurants. The fully…

Multifamily N Illinois

New Lakeshore East development cleared to go forward

The developers behind an expansion in Chicago’s Lakeshore East development won approval from the Chicago Plan Commission last night for two projects comprising four news buildings. The projects by Lendlease and Magellan Development will add 2,340 residential units, 570 hotel rooms and 44,000 square feet of retail space to the East Loop neig…

Industrial N Illinois

New distribution center headed to Chicago's Southeast side

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and 10th Ward Alderman Sue Sadlowski Garza announced plans for a $169 million industrial complex that will strengthen Chicago’s Southeast Side position as an epicenter of transportation and logistics for the entire Midwest. Kansas City-based NorthPoint Development will take the lead on the project.

CRE N Illinois

Tapping the infill potential of downtown Chicago

| Matt Baker

A city’s greatest asset, especially within the CBD, is its density. A robust corporate environment, variety of residential options, cultural institutions, restaurants and shopping are what define a CBD. And in cities across the globe, including Chicago, that space isn’t being used efficiently.