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Old Posted Dec 7, 2019, 2:31 AM
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As long as you're updating the model for 725 W Randolph, you should probably also show the proposed 250' tall office tower that will replace the stupid BofA branch on that block that is now a part of the overall project.

Read all about it on page 12 of the 725 W Randolph thread: https://forum.skyscraperpage.com/sho...230232&page=12

Scroll down to Bvictor's post, #234 and check out the link he posted.
Yep. I actually did hear about that one. Was waiting on renderings first since the elevations submitted to the city looks like the designs don't match each other.
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I couldn't help myself and took more shots of the tower in my 3d model including future the green line canyon.







Thank you for not being to help yourself. You're models help me truly visualize the progress and proposals. Keep it up dude!

It's appreciated.
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Nice work rgarri4!
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Didn't this one receive a pretty significant height chop a few months/years back under pressure from NIMBYs?
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Looks like they VE'd the crown a bit.
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Great!

Can someone remind me, is the next step the final vote by the full city council?
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Great!

Can someone remind me, is the next step the final vote by the full city council?
Zoning then full city council.

They want to start construction in 1 year.
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Suck it West Loop NIMBYs. This will bust the West Loop wide open in terms of height restrictions. What a great precedence.
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Suck it West Loop NIMBYs. This will bust the West Loop wide open in terms of height restrictions. What a great precedence.
this is in burnett's ward, right?

does anyone know if he's on-board with it?
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43 stories, if the mods want to update the thread title.
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Great news and strong design equals
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Old Posted Dec 19, 2019, 10:05 PM
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This building does not suck in the least! Fantastic details.
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this is in burnett's ward, right?

does anyone know if he's on-board with it?
Yes, this is Burnett and it wouldn’t have been approved without his okay.

All affordable housing will be on site.

Roughly $2,000,000 in tax revenue annually.
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Yes, this is Burnett and it wouldn’t have been approved without his okay.
cool! so the final approval is a done deal.

it's really impressive this has been approved at 495'.

the furthest west that height of this scale has ever pushed out from downtown.
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cool! so the final approval is a done deal.

it's really impressive this has been approved at 495'.

the furthest west that height of this scale has ever pushed out from downtown.
Sure, if you ignore what's already approved for Lincoln Yards.
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I apologize if this was already covered (I looked back through several pages of the thread but didn't see it)... so the main entrance is on Peoria even though this is 900 W Randolph? I assume there will be an additional entrance on Randolph? And if so, which building on Randolph would serve as the entry? The only street level image I've seen of this building is from Peoria.
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Sure, if you ignore what's already approved for Lincoln Yards.
Being that it's still 10 years from any of those tall buildings from breaking ground, I think it's pretty safe to ignore them from consideration. If the economy tanks hard enough, the entire project will probably just die. On the other hand, this building is going to be built near guaranteed at this rate
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Old Posted Dec 20, 2019, 6:53 AM
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Also there are no specific towers proposed for LY yet. Just vague planning guidelines. Talk to me when Sterling Bay announces the first proposed tower.
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Isn't LY phase one already proposed? 3 towers designed by SOM and Gensler?

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