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Old Posted Nov 16, 2018, 9:56 PM
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Sort of... I mean it'll be shorter than two other towers already on Halsted, and likely others that will come soon.
Only 1 south Halsted would be taller if this is built to 440 feet. But this guy is on the other side of Peoria. It would be the tallest building in a 3 block radius. It will have a huge impact and complement all the new midrise density in the area nicely. Are you sure you aren't thinking of Related's other proposal, 725 W. Randolph?
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Old Posted Nov 17, 2018, 2:07 AM
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Only 1 south Halsted would be taller if this is built to 440 feet. But this guy is on the other side of Peoria. It would be the tallest building in a 3 block radius. It will have a huge impact and complement all the new midrise density in the area nicely. Are you sure you aren't thinking of Related's other proposal, 725 W. Randolph?
Yeah, I was being a dummy. I thought this was 725 w randolph haha
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Old Posted Oct 3, 2019, 8:23 AM
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Mimi Update:

So I "heard" this...

The building will now be rental vs the originally proposed condo.

I asked about the height and was told "495'" and was told about 35 stories.

I asked again about the height and 495 was uttered

I asked about plan commission... there was a bit of push back, so hopefully in the next few months.


That's all's I know...
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Old Posted Oct 3, 2019, 2:28 PM
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One of my favorite proposals in the West Loop. I can't wait to see it built. I would love more Morris Adjmi buildings in Chicago.
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yeah this one seems overdue
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Old Posted Oct 3, 2019, 9:54 PM
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One of my favorite proposals in the West Loop. I can't wait to see it built. I would love more Morris Adjmi buildings in Chicago.
Hold your excitement until you're staring at it being built given Related's history of exterior VE.

The switch to rentals is good but man how are they going to get the height approved. Unless they've cut some side deal to quell opposition which is possible I guess.
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Old Posted Oct 4, 2019, 1:36 AM
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If this was built on the 711 W Fulton parking lot along the highway, I can't imagine anyone complaining.
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Mimi Update:

So I "heard" this...

The building will now be rental vs the originally proposed condo.

I asked about the height and was told "495'" and was told about 35 stories.

I asked again about the height and 495 was uttered

I asked about plan commission... there was a bit of push back, so hopefully in the next few months.


That's all's I know...
I've always wondered, why are developers so secretive about these things? Does releasing information to the public well before breaking ground hurt them in some way?
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This view shows why the ship has sailed on this location. Apartments here are perfect given all the new office buildings right next door. There is no one to the east or north complaining about height. And this doesn't cast shadows to the SW. The neighborhood is chaos right now. Let it happen and settle down, people will be in and out, rentals are fine.

This will happen.
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Old Posted Oct 5, 2019, 1:26 AM
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This tower is incredible for everyone who wants fine grain development in the WL.
Look at that block, how it can fill in.
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It's crazy how a tower this big can be this far west and we have empirical evidence that it won't stick out like a sore thumb a la University Hall at UIC (not calling UH ugly btw... personally love it, although I know some here don't)
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From a second source...

Didn't get the exact height or floor count, but they confirmed what I posted on 10/03.

Was again told this tower will be closer to 500'...

It will be rental...

Related is looking to do 20% affordable on site.
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Old Posted Oct 16, 2019, 7:37 PM
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Interesting. So Related may be boosting both this and 725 W. Randolph. That indicates they're still very bullish on this market cycle, especially for the West Loop.
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December 2019 PLAN COMMISSION AGENDA

A proposed planned development, submitted by 900 Block II Holdings LLC, for the property generally located at 906 West Randolph Street. The applicant proposes to rezone the subject property from C1-1 (Neighborhood Commercial District) to DX-5 (Downtown Mixed-Use District) and then to Residential Business Planned Development to construct a 495’-0” tall mixed-use building with ground floor retail and up to 300 residential dwelling units on the floors above, with 75 accessory vehicular parking stalls and 2 loading berths. The applicant will be using the Neighborhood Opportunity Fund Bonus to increase the allowable FAR (Floor Area Ratio) from the base 5.0 to 8.1. (19380; 27th Ward)
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Old Posted Nov 30, 2019, 2:34 PM
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Excellent. And a 1/4 parking ratio is great. I hope this gets off to a fast start.

But how is the project address on Randolph when all the frontage is on Peoria? Is the property an “L” shape, wrapping around the building at NW Randolph/Peoria?

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They previously had it at 170 North Peoria. I think the 906 Randolph mention was more Randolph-ish.

https://chicago.curbed.com/2018/3/28...d-tucker-adjmi
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This view makes me very excited for this project, 500ft towering over Morgan Station is going to be awesome.
Please keep taking more of this view please.
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This view makes me very excited for this project, 500ft towering over Morgan Station is going to be awesome.
Please keep taking more of this view please.
From my 3d model.
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From my 3d model.
That is going to be a really fun El ride.
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