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Old Posted Jan 12, 2018, 3:12 PM
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601 Davis Project - Evanston

Hello Everyone (re-posting from the 601 Davis specific page):

Here are a few new images of the proposed new development at 601 Davis St in Evanston.











The project will be in front of the Planning and Development Committee of the Evanston City Council on Monday evening January 22 at 715pm.

Comments about the project are being collected through this link for review and consideration by City Council.

The project replaces a vacant parcel and a decades old Chase drive-thru with a new 33 story building (7,500sf of ground floor retail with podium parking and a setback tower).
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Final design has been approved for the Millennial Tower. Columbus will be adding two new 400+ footers to the skyline within the next several years (The first being this). The tower will add 720,000 square feet of office, retail, hotel, residential restaurant and parking garage space to the RiverSouth neighborhood. At 412 feet tall, the building will become the 10th largest in the city, and second tallest residential building.

http://www.columbusunderground.com/2...commission-bw1

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Old Posted Jan 24, 2018, 9:01 AM
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What's the city's tallest residential building?
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Final design has been approved for the Millennial Tower. Columbus will be adding two new 400+ footers to the skyline within the next several years (The first being this). The tower will add 720,000 square feet of office, retail, hotel, residential restaurant and parking garage space to the RiverSouth neighborhood. At 412 feet tall, the building will become the 10th largest in the city, and second tallest residential building.
Two great looking tower additions for Columbus
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Old Posted Jan 29, 2018, 5:47 PM
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What's the city's tallest residential building?
The tallest with residential would be the Leveque Tower at 556 feet but it is mixed use with the residential at the higher levels. The tallest all residential is Miranova at 314 feet.
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Old Posted Jan 30, 2018, 9:57 AM
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Thanks. That's what was confusing me; I thought I had missed some new construction tower or something.
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Final design has been approved for the Millennial Tower. Columbus will be adding two new 400+ footers to the skyline within the next several years (The first being this). The tower will add 720,000 square feet of office, retail, hotel, residential restaurant and parking garage space to the RiverSouth neighborhood. At 412 feet tall, the building will become the 10th largest in the city, and second tallest residential building.

http://www.columbusunderground.com/2...commission-bw1

Hey Chris. Long time! Just thought I would drop in and check things out. Good to see Cbus building some new towers! I got your email about the meet-up and then got locked out of my email before I could reply. Good to hear from you and thanks for the invite! I am in Phoenix now. Been out here going on about 6 years.

So, was reading on about the residential and just wanted to reply to LMich (long time to you too!). I think the Edgecliff Condos in Cinci are in the 323' range (if my memory serves me) making it the 2nd tallest all residential in Ohio. Of course it's all condos though with around 3 units per floor, but residential either way.

Anyway. I think I'll be lurking around here a little and will chime in from time to time. I've been keeping up on Dayton developments. Good things happening to my hometown!
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So, was reading on about the residential and just wanted to reply to LMich (long time to you too!). I think the Edgecliff Condos in Cinci are in the 323' range (if my memory serves me) making it the 2nd tallest all residential in Ohio. Of course it's all condos though with around 3 units per floor, but residential either way.
We were talking about Columbus, specifically.
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We were talking about Columbus, specifically.
Ah, my bad. For some reason I thought I read state in there. Late night posting
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Minneapolis finally has some proposals that (3) of which are in the 500 foot range!
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Minneapolis finally has some proposals that (3) of which are in the 500 foot range!
Cool! Any more detail you can provide is appreciated (project names, locations, proposed heights, renderings, etc.)
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The best info on the TC's/Minneapolis is over at SSC. The latest proposal is for a 520 foot Mixed Use with RBC as the anchor tenant. The other two proposals are Residential.
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Hey, Steely Dan. Here's another:

St. Louis | 300 S. Broadway | 33 stories | 350 ft.




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god, a lot of these bricks-on-podiums, lately. it's like the trend is to see how cube-y can you make a cube. example, incorporating tiny cubes into a cube.
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DetroitSky noticed that the architects for Monroe Blocks in Detroit posted an additional rendering of the office tower and another of the pedestrianized Farmer Street through the site:





Still waiting for them to demolish the two remaining buildings on site, and then we'll be ready for the massive excavation work which to make way for the underground garage and service levels. Then you have the very slightly revised rendering of the one they put out months ago of the residential tower; this one basically took out the people and small square in the foreground save for the runner.



The residential tower is the second phase of this development. I'm guessing the work scheduled for June could literarlly happen any day; in either case I imagine it's going to happen before the summer's out.

Demolition of the underground garage at the Hudson site is also nearly complete. A photo from August 2nd:


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There was talk a month or two ago of the developer considering putting a hotel into this development, but no word on whether that is in addition to some of the residential units or as a replacement for some of them, so we're not sure if this thing is still 800 feet or if they are going to make it taller.
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^Detroit has some cool sub levels. Anyway good to see new highrises in MoTown.
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