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Old Posted Jun 27, 2022, 4:59 AM
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That was a proposal from back in 2008
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Old Posted Jun 27, 2022, 2:08 PM
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On the subject of old proposals...What ever happened to the Roosevelt Collection Tower?
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Old Posted Jun 27, 2022, 5:39 PM
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So, I saw Chicago Yimby's diagram in this article included a highrise where 375 N Morgan is planned. When I checked the 375 N Morgan page last month, it still had the 2017 renderings. So I decided to check if anything changed and lo and behold


https://latsko.com/375-n-morgan/
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Old Posted Jun 27, 2022, 5:45 PM
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^ That's nice looking!

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That was a proposal from back in 2008
Right, I wonder why it still appears on their website.
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Nice find!

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So, I saw Chicago Yimby's diagram in this article included a highrise where 375 N Morgan is planned. When I checked the 375 N Morgan page last month, it still had the 2017 renderings. So I decided to check if anything changed and lo and behold


https://latsko.com/375-n-morgan/
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Old Posted Jun 27, 2022, 6:07 PM
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375 Morgan looks pretty good. Definitely has some One Chicago DNA in the facade detailing and balcony treatment.
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Beautiful! Looks close to 500'. Hopefully it's a serious proposal and not just a place holder
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Beautiful! Looks close to 500'. Hopefully it's a serious proposal and not just a place holder
Yeah I'm not sure. I assume people are talking about https://latsko.com/375-n-morgan/ ?

The 'Future of this property' still shows the old rendering.

And the link on that page to https://www.375morgan.com/ is expired/dead.

The prior property was commercial and that rendering definitely looks residential with all the balconies. Not sure if they have the zoning or whatever to do that.
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Yeah I'm not sure. I assume people are talking about https://latsko.com/375-n-morgan/ ?

The 'Future of this property' still shows the old rendering.

And the link on that page to https://www.375morgan.com/ is expired/dead.

The prior property was commercial and that rendering definitely looks residential with all the balconies. Not sure if they have the zoning or whatever to do that.
This article from September mentions a 33 story tower in the works after the staircase proposal went dormant. This rendering looks more like 40 but who knows. I guess we'll have to wait to hear something more.

https://chicago.urbanize.city/post/3...-fulton-market
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This article from September mentions a 33 story tower in the works after the staircase proposal went dormant. This rendering looks more like 40 but who knows. I guess we'll have to wait to hear something more.

https://chicago.urbanize.city/post/3...-fulton-market
Thx for info. Both interesting and confusing.
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Here's an article from YIMBY back in September of 2021 that mentions the tower went from a 33-story office project to a residential one. It also mentions the city recommended the developer submit new plans to the Committee of Design.


https://chicagoyimby.com/2021/09/loc...-tower-at.html



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Thx for info. Both interesting and confusing.
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This lines up with the context massing shown in the 210 Morgan presentation.



Would be great if this is what the current plan is. From my 3d Model.



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The plot thickens.

Great work and it's really impressive you were able to slap that model together in half a day!
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655 W Madison
New Chase HQ?
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A very gorgeous design. Looks like it's around 400 to 500 feet tall?
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Someone wanna make a new thread?
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Someone wanna make a new thread?
We only have a floor count. The article didn't list a height.
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Doubt it.

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Buck would normally have to sign an anchor tenant looking for close to 500,000 square feet—the likes of which are almost impossible to find as many companies shrink their footprints—in order to land financing for a massive tower. But he estimates he'll need to pre-lease only about 150,000 to 200,000 square feet in order to launch the revised project's first tower, which would include a five-story "podium" on the lower floors and rise 36 stories, totaling about 850,000 square feet along the northern edge of the block. A second 650,000-square-foot tower could be developed later along the southern edge of the property, with a one-acre rooftop park on the podium connecting the two.
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Speaking of office buildings, 311 W Huron was issued new construction building permit yesterday for the full building. This will be a 15 story office building and will replace a surface parking lot (yay)

https://versorivernorth.com/311-w-huron/
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