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Old Posted Jan 26, 2006, 8:04 PM
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Cool CHICAGO | The Elysian | 686 FT / 209 M | 60 FLOORS | COM

here's another 700 footer for the windy city.




The Elysian



this tower is proposed to stand 700'-5" with 60 floors (thanks to victor, our chicago super-slueth). currently, the site has been cleared of its existing buildings and some amount of site work has taken place. according to victor's latest info, caisson drilling should begin sometime in early march.

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Old Posted Jan 26, 2006, 8:08 PM
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It might not be the most original, unique and beautiful design of all the new projects in Chicago but I like the fact that is pretty slender, tall and it's in a great location!
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Old Posted Dec 11, 2007, 1:32 AM
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It might not be the most original, unique and beautiful design of all the new projects in Chicago but I like the fact that is pretty slender, tall and it's in a great location!
I like it becuase it gives an old fashioned look that blends in well with the rest of the city. I know many people now would rather have "new," but how can you not love a 700 footer like this one?
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Old Posted Dec 11, 2007, 1:40 AM
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how can you not love a 700 footer like this one?
Honestly, breathing is more difficult.
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Old Posted Dec 11, 2007, 1:43 AM
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Ecker....Great shots....Thank You... I think that this building will help the neighborhood out by covering up that old parking lot that was such a waste for years. I live a few blocks South of here and I never get the time to pay attention to this building even when I go to the starbucks just 10 feet away (too busy). But again Thank You for the great shots...

P.S. does it look like there is any movement at 10 Delaware and the twin shakes across the street?
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Old Posted Dec 11, 2007, 2:13 AM
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You're welcome, Mr. L.P.

As for the other projects nearby, 10 East Delaware is still down in the pit. The formwork on the core is just about at street level, but the rest is still a story or two down. There's a photo of the site in the post I put in the rundown thread if you're curious to see what it looks like.

Walton on the Park (the two tower blue thing) is still idle. They've patched up the back of the mansions that are part of this project after demolishing the additions to them, but the rest of the site shows no signs that construction is imminent.
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Old Posted Dec 11, 2007, 2:20 AM
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You're welcome, Mr. L.P.

As for the other projects nearby, 10 East Delaware is still down in the pit. The formwork on the core is just about at street level, but the rest is still a story or two down. There's a photo of the site in the post I put in the rundown thread if you're curious to see what it looks like.

Walton on the Park (the two tower blue thing) is still idle. They've patched up the back of the mansions that are part of this project after demolishing the additions to them, but the rest of the site shows no signs that construction is imminent.
Thanks again for the info. I am so busy lately that I cannot find the time to walk by there and just gaze, but I do get a moment to browse here from time to time. I couldnt remember the Walton on the park name...lmao.
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WOW... If it looks like that it will seem that it has always been there! It will have a defenetly beautiful style if is done the right way. Tall as well! Great job Chicago!
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Correct me if I am wrong, but the 10 E. Delaware proposed project is on the block as the Elysian.
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Old Posted Jan 26, 2006, 8:55 PM
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Geez, yet another 700+ footer for Chicago. Man what a time for Chicago! Lucky bastards!
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Correct me if I am wrong, but the 10 E. Delaware proposed project is on the block as the Elysian.
Correct. Remember there was originally going to be a second phase, well that parcel was sold, and 10 E. Deleware is what's going to be built on that land.


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What materials will be used on the facade?
The base I believe will be limestone, and the rest will be pre-cast. Think of this tower as the little sister to park tower.
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Correct me if I am wrong, but the 10 E. Delaware proposed project is on the block as the Elysian.
The Elysian is at the corner of Rush and Walton and 10 E. Delaware is right behind on Delaware and State in the same block.
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What materials will be used on the facade?

Is the crown copper that they will let oxidize?

If it turns out like the renderings, this will be truly lovely, and have some pretty nice views looking west, which will be basically unobstructed.
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Looks very classy and distinguished, but Chicago should be more concerned about developing the Near South Side, starting with a 1000+ foot office building. How is the One Museum Park coming along???
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How is the One Museum Park coming along???
one museum park discussion should be taken to the following thread:

CHICAGO: One Museum Park – 720’/62 floors – U/C
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Looks very classy and distinguished, but Chicago should be more concerned about developing the Near South Side, starting with a 1000+ foot office building. How is the One Museum Park coming along???
Not really. You would be suprised how many sites are suited for silimar projects like this one in River North, Streeterville, and Gold Coast.
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Old Posted Jan 26, 2006, 9:15 PM
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Thank you, SteelyDan. For sure, the Elysian thread overwhelms other forummers outside Chicago.
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Old Posted Jan 26, 2006, 11:44 PM
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Ah, my favorite proposal. Such a beauty
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Old Posted Jan 27, 2006, 6:19 AM
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Typical style of Lucien Lagrange. Impossible no to think of Park Tower that he also designed.
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^ that's what's great about it (no secret I have a soft spot for the LL style).

The good news is this looks like the next step up after Park Tower. The Pinnacle, even with it's great floorplates and windows, didn't build on what Park Tower had established.
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