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Old Posted Jan 1, 2022, 6:30 PM
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I dont believe they have, they changed the one north of the tracks which is where Boston Consulting is anchoring.
I may have confused this with 360 N Green St then.
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Old Posted Jan 1, 2022, 7:39 PM
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chicubs111 is correct.

360 N Green is the project from Sterling Bay that is currently under consideration from Boston Consulting Firm as their headquarters here in Chicago.

330 N Green (aka The Porch) is the former location of Coyne College that currently has no signed tenants at the moment.

Side note..... I'm glad to hear someone besides me loves the design of the building.

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This is now an old design. They recently made the tower skinnier and taller in design.
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Old Posted Jan 1, 2022, 7:46 PM
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Wish there was more height variation among these Green St office towers. Hopefully the height bump on 360 will help.
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Old Posted Jan 1, 2022, 8:22 PM
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Wish there was more height variation among these Green St office towers. Hopefully the height bump on 360 will help.
This is totally subjective of course, but I completely disagree. There is something very elegant about a more consistent roofline (as is common in European cities).

Chicago has a skyline along the lake. It would be cool to have an area that looks like Berlin-Mitte (if not exactly Paris or Vienna).
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This is totally subjective of course, but I completely disagree. There is something very elegant about a more consistent roofline (as is common in European cities).

Chicago has a skyline along the lake. It would be cool to have an area that looks like Berlin-Mitte (if not exactly Paris or Vienna).
Yes, on board with this. The best of these Green St. developments remind me of some of the new stuff going up in Hamburg, Cologne, etc but with a Chicago-industrial feel. More please!
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Old Posted Jan 2, 2022, 5:30 AM
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Their ~60 story NY tower is nearly as high as the Sears (w/o antenna) so even 53 floors and 1.1 MSF could be pretty tall, provided there are a lot of trading floors.
Yeah this is my hope and the best outcome. That Chase is like "We'll build with you here, but make it taller than BOA's and BMO's new buildings please" This would also be super close to BOA's building and block a lot of their east view lol.
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This is now an old design. They recently made the tower skinnier and taller in design.
Do you have links to renderings of the new design?

I'll echo the others - this is also probably my favorite of Sterling Bay's recent designs in the area. The 5 floor cantilever ceiling on the 'porch' is super cool. On the website they even show some bench swings!
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Old Posted Jan 2, 2022, 1:12 PM
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While I like 330 design as well, would not be surprised if this gets tweaked. Have yet to see a new office development post COVID that doesn’t have private balconies, and this was designed pre 800 Fulton- the views from the “porch” are significantly diminished.

Also there’s got to be a reason they went with 360 first, when it seemed pretty clear that 330 was their next intention. Maybe BC just liked 360 better…
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hopefully the diminished views and post-COVID office trends push the developers to build taller. This area has some of the best skyline views, it's obviously not slowing down anytime soon, and seems like the towers fill up relatively quickly... why not?

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354 N Union - 1/3/2022

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513 Damen (New Atrio Apts) - 1/3/2022

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Bridgford Foods

The Bridgford Foods building in officially getting demolished. Looks like they started this morning.
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Saw some confusion a page back about the new projects around 333 Green. Took some screenshots of my model and forgot to post them.





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In more West Loop news, the Embrey (21 N May St) broke ground


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Old Posted Jan 5, 2022, 7:27 AM
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Saw some confusion a page back about the new projects around 333 Green. Took some screenshots of my model and forgot to post them.






What are those towers north of the tracks along Morgan and Carpenter near 1000 W Carroll and 400 N Aberdeen? Are those proposed?

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