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Old Posted Oct 27, 2006, 5:24 PM
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Midwest Highrise Construction

here's a roundup of all the 300+ ft. projects under construction and proposed in midwest cities (excluding chicago).

please correct any errors or omissions.



Midwest 300+' Highrise Projects:


Under Construction:

MILWAUKEE | NML Tower | 550 ft. | 35 floors






MILWAUKEE | 777 N Van Buren | 387 ft. | 34 floors






MINNEAPOLIS | 365 Nicollet | 334 ft. | 32 floors

















Site Prep/Demo:


MILWAUKEE | The Couture | 537 ft. | 44 floors
















Proposed:

DETROIT | Hudsons block | 734 ft. | 52 floors





CLEVELAND | nuCLEus | 647 ft. | 54 floors






MINNEAPOLIS | The Gateway | 530 ft. | 35 floors






MINNEAPOLIS | 200 Central | 483 ft. | 41 floors






GRAND RAPIDS | 10 Ionia | 418 ft. | 40 floors






ST. LOUIS | One Hundred | 385 ft. | 36 floors






CLAYTON | Centene Tower II | 380 ft. | 28 floors






CLEVELAND | Weston Tower A | 360 ft. | 30+ floors






CLEVELAND | 515 Euclid | 338 ft. | 28 floors






MILWAUKEE | BMO Harris Financial Center | 335 ft. | 25 floors






DES MOINES | 701 Walnut | ~330 ft. | 33 floors






ST. LOUIS | BPV2 | 320 ft. | 29 floors






DES MOINES | The Fifth | ~320 ft. | 32 floors






MINNEAPOLIS | 333 E Hennepin l | 318 ft. | 28 floors


333Henn by grant.simons, on Flickr
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Old Posted Oct 27, 2006, 5:27 PM
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Boy, before long... we're going to have to exclude the twin cities from this list as well.
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Old Posted Oct 27, 2006, 5:48 PM
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I suppose to add on, Dayton has a CareSource Tower (which site preparation is u/c as we speak) and is well over 300 feet as well. No rendering but...

The building would rank as the fifth largest office tower in downtown Dayton, larger than Fifth Third Center, which has 295,000 square feet of leasable space. The Kettering Tower is the largest tower at 441,000 square feet. Construction on the proposed building is scheduled to begin in January 2007 and completed by October 2008.

FYI, the Fifth Third Tower is 328 feet, I believe, and the lot sized of the CareSource Tower is smaller, thus it'll be taller.


Columbus has a Hyatt Regency expansion (which is pushing 300 feet, if not over) on the drawing boards as well.

And of course, Covington has the Nike Swoosh...err...Ascent @ Roebling (which is well over 300 feet) and Newport has fourish 300+ footers proposed (Overture, SouthShore Condos, etc).

When I get exact heights, I'll tell ya.
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Nothing in the Bottle District under construction.
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Nothing in the Bottle District under construction.

really? the SSP database lists the first one as being "under construction". so, the database is incorrect?
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Old Posted Oct 27, 2006, 6:07 PM
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I have no idea why Emporis has Ascent @ Roebling listed at 293, as it has been said it will be the tallest building in Covington (as Covington's tallest is currently 308 feet).
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Old Posted Oct 27, 2006, 6:18 PM
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Thanks for making this!

More from Minnneapolis

Approved:

Pillsbury A Mill Building E
27 stories | 324 ft

Proposed:

Loring Park/Eitel Building
38 stories | 432 ft

Pacific Flats Condominiums
28 stories | 305 ft

Edit:
I wasn't sure if 30 stories was the limit even if it's supposed to be 300+ feet.
Looks like you've already got the Loring one as well. So this was probably a useless post haha.
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I will throw out a few changes/ additions to the St. Louis list.

1st, none of the Bottle District is under construction. It's future is up in the air, with Ghazi out and no clear direction. The images shown last year of future towers will likely not happen.

2nd. The Rennaisance on Euclid has been cut way back, to like a 8-10 story building I belive, so it should be removed from the list.

3rd. No new info on the MW Tower. Maybe with the Ballpark Village financing for phase 1 done, maybe we will hear some new info on it.

4th. The Lindell Condominuims Tower should be included, as its height is expected to reach 28 stories and progress has been made on the applicaiton.

5th. The Ballpark Village is moving forward, with an announcement today that funding has been finalized for phase 1, which will inlcude a 22-25 story Condo tower in phase 1. If the market demands it, phases 2 and 3 will include two more towers, both of which are belived to be taller than the phase 1 tower.
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Old Posted Oct 27, 2006, 7:31 PM
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1st, none of the Bottle District is under construction. It's future is up in the air, with Ghazi out and no clear direction. The images shown last year of future towers will likely not happen.
so, with the project all up in the air with no clear future, should all of the "proposed" bottle district towers be removed for now? i'm incline dto think so.





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4th. The Lindell Condominuims Tower should be included, as its height is expected to reach 28 stories and progress has been made on the applicaiton.
it will be included if it's height is determined to be over 300', otherwise, i'm only inlcuding buildings 30 stories or taller if the heiight figure is unknown.
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^ Fair enough. We should hopfuly know more in the near future about the Lindell Condos.

As for the Bottle District, I think it is a contentious topic amoung St. Louis forumers. I fall on the side of those who think the project is dead in the water, at least in the forum proposed in the past year (condo towers). The ower of the site fired Ghazi and is now in talks with HRI and some other developers, as per a recent STL Biz Journal story. The site has been cleared, but there has been no other progress. There have been updates that the nessisary aldermatic legislation is being passed, but no other info. So no one know what is going on, only that the folks who produced the past renderings, including Ghazi and Forum Studios are out and some new folks are in, which means new renderings of what might happen are likely. I say it should be gone, but I am sure there are many others who would disagree.
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Old Posted Oct 27, 2006, 8:17 PM
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Great idea for a thread!

Just to contribute a bit of information:

Grand Rapids River House (the tower on the left)


Grand Rapids' JW Marriott - as of September 04, 2006. River House will rise on the far left right next to Bridgewater Place.





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There's a few cranes on site at the Greektown Casino, Detroit drilling the foundation, but it still doesn't look much different than this photo:

Sept. 16, 2006


Sept. 29, 2006

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Old Posted Oct 27, 2006, 9:10 PM
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As for the Bottle District, I think it is a contentious topic amoung St. Louis forumers. I fall on the side of those who think the project is dead in the water, at least in the forum proposed in the past year (condo towers). The ower of the site fired Ghazi and is now in talks with HRI and some other developers, as per a recent STL Biz Journal story. The site has been cleared, but there has been no other progress. There have been updates that the nessisary aldermatic legislation is being passed, but no other info. So no one know what is going on, only that the folks who produced the past renderings, including Ghazi and Forum Studios are out and some new folks are in, which means new renderings of what might happen are likely. I say it should be gone, but I am sure there are many others who would disagree.
that to me sounds like it's a no-go for now, at least in the previously envisioned plan, so i'm taking the bottle district towers off the list. if something else pops up there with skyscrapers, that would be great, and i'll add those towers if and when they become known.


thanks to everyone else for the images. keep 'em coming, i'd like to get an image for every single project on the list. cincy, indy, st. paul and omaha, i'm looking at you.
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Carlyle rendering:



Carlyle recent construction shot:



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^ thanks for the better carlyle rendering navin.
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Colday, what about the Eden Park Tower, how many feet is that?



South Shore Condos:


The Ascent:


Queen City Square Phase I & II:

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the 401 Residences was revised to this:



but it's on hold now until the market catches up, so it's not clear if it will even get built.
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Here's Omaha's forthcoming 373 foot residential tower... second from left...

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I'm pretty sure that the Ascent @ Roebling and the tallest of the South Shore condos are over 300 feet.
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