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sears tower discussion moved to the sears tower thread: https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...153704&page=38

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What happen to the Tacos Bell they was suppose to be building on Garfield & Princeton in Englewood
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I regularly check for chicago permit database for any interesting projects, but the best information I can get is an address and a very brief description. Is there a publicly accessible place to view the plans based on permit #?


Anyway, a foundation permit was issued for 808 N Wells yesterday!
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Medical research facility part of $6 Billion plan for former Michael Reese site

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A major Israeli hospital said it plans to open a high-tech medical research facility at the former Michael Reese Hospital site in Bronzeville.

The ARC Innovation Center, led by Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, is envisioned as the first of many life sciences tenants in a multibillion-dollar mixed-use development near McCormick Place. It has agreed to lease 20% to 25% of the space within a 500,000-square-foot building the project’s developers hope to begin constructing next year near 31st Street and Cottage Grove Avenue.

Medical research would be a key aspect of a “healthy neighborhood of the future,” which could grow to 100 acres or more through a series of land acquisitions and could cost $6 billion to $7 billion to develop over the course of about 15 years, said Scott Goodman, founding principal of Farpoint Development.




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wow that is huge not just for that site but for the state of life sciences in Chicago. Seems like a lot of momentum in that arena....
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This site has tons of opportunity and this is just one piece of the many opportunities this area has to offer.
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Looks nice but sad to see such low density. New construction in Bucktown has higher density and it's much farther from the Loop and Lakefront. Still better than a vacant lot.
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Looks nice but sad to see such low density. New construction in Bucktown has higher density and it's much farther from the Loop and Lakefront. Still better than a vacant lot.
Early planning...
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Looks nice but sad to see such low density. New construction in Bucktown has higher density and it's much farther from the Loop and Lakefront. Still better than a vacant lot.
Bucktown isn't a life sciences hub, it is a residential neighborhood. This is an extension of downtown and will likely have more jobs than residents.
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Bucktown isn't a life sciences hub, it is a residential neighborhood. This is an extension of downtown and will likely have more jobs than residents.
"life science hubs" require low density?
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"life science hubs" require low density?
I think the point is that it's less a living city block and more a campus. I agree I'd like to see more density but they aren't going to be shoehorning a lot of residential in here...
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I think the point is that it's less a living city block and more a campus. I agree I'd like to see more density but they aren't going to be shoehorning a lot of residential in here...
Density should be fine as the development progresses. They've still got most of the truck marshalling lot to build at skyscraper density in the future, according to the Phase 1 plan.



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"life science hubs" require low density?
Given what's happening right now, space around an institution is a good thing.
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I regularly check for chicago permit database for any interesting projects, but the best information I can get is an address and a very brief description. Is there a publicly accessible place to view plans based on permit #?


Anyway, a foundation permit was issued for 808 N Wells yesterday!
Anyone ^? very curious
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