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Old Posted Jan 25, 2019, 3:42 AM
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CA doesnt exactly put out inspiring designs, would call this one efficient looking. Reminds me of Arkadia in the west loop.
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2019, 11:18 PM
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lake and stetson, found a new article

https://www.prweb.com/releases/const...eb16087454.htm


Construct-A-Lead announces the following Illinois projects will go forward.


Chicago, IL – Lake and Stetson - Plans call for the development of a 74-story high-rise tower including 252 hotel rooms and 360 condos. Construction start: Q4, 2019, Q1, 2020. $100,000,000. Project ID: 1427714
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2019, 11:22 PM
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hmmm, 45 floors or 74 floors? both can't be right.

someone is working with bad info.
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2019, 11:56 PM
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The previous Mandarin Oriental proposal was to be 74 floors with 250 hotel rooms. So unfortunately it looks like the 45 is more likely.
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hmmm, 45 floors or 74 floors? both can't be right.

someone is working with bad info.
At 100,000,000 bucks, no way it's 74 floors lol
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Old Posted Feb 12, 2019, 2:56 AM
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Yeah but the total construction cost amounts are almost always bullshit as well...
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Old Posted Feb 12, 2019, 3:14 AM
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At 100,000,000 bucks, no way it's 74 floors lol
Oh for sure!

the 45 floors/583' height figures came straight from the ever-reliable fount of insider chicago skyscraper info, bombardier.

You can take that shit straight to the bank.
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Old Posted Feb 12, 2019, 4:27 PM
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Are you sure they can build a 45/583 with that amount of mixed- used units at that location for 100 million dollars. hmmmm?
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Just as a point of reference: The total estimated cost of all the permits for NEMA new construction was around $305M. For Wolf Point West it was $105M. At $100M estimated cost, if that's correct, this thing is definitely not going to be 74 floors unless they cheap the hell out of it - or that estimated cost is wrong. I'm going with the under 50 floors though based on that cost which isn't optimal. Obviously better than what's there right now, but could be a bit taller.
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Old Posted Feb 13, 2019, 2:21 AM
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Oh for sure!

the 45 floors/583' height figures came straight from the ever-reliable fount of insider chicago skyscraper info, bombardier.

You can take that shit straight to the bank.


Thanks Steely! The rendering on page 1 is the current design. The design documents are on the street for subcontractor pricing now.
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Are you sure they can build a 45/583 with that amount of mixed- used units at that location for 100 million dollars. hmmmm?
Yes
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Updated the floors/height based upon blueprint elevations. . .

Floors above street level = 47
Floors below street level = 5
Height = 502' - 2"
Average residential floor height = 9' - 8"

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hmmmm, they squeezed 80 feet out of this one compared to the drawings bombardier reported seeing a little while ago.

it doesn't matter much. whether 583' or 502', this one was never going to have much skyline presence either way.
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Updated the floors/height based upon blueprint elevations. . .

Floors above street level = 47
Floors below street level = 5
Height = 502' - 2"
Average residential floor height = 9' - 8"

. . .
Those are like 1960 floor heights if that is the height... Unless they are excluding the 50+ feet that area below grade, which is confusing to me, since from anywhere other than those elevated roads it would have that height.

Regardless, happy this one is progressing. That lot has going is huge.
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Old Posted Oct 23, 2019, 4:29 AM
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Went digging and saw they updated the pd.

522' Feet
639 Units
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Old Posted Oct 24, 2019, 4:34 PM
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This is the old Mandarin site?

maybe meaningless but I did notice the building directly adjacent to the west redid the seal coating on their wall that will connect to this just in the last few weeks
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