Boutique Offices Proposed Near Quincy/Wells Station in The Loop

Posted by Leo Clark. on Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 at 3:16pm.

Residential development around The Loop has certainly picked up in recent months, but that certainly isn’t slowing down commercial development within Chicago’s primary business and financial district. Just this week, plans for a pretty sweet looking loft-style office building, which if approved, would be developed at 145 S. Wells. 

What would stand 20 stories high, the new boutique office development is designed by Chicago-based Thomas Roszak Architecture, and as you can see, features a slick maze-like exterior that can only be described as something you might ordinarily see over in River North. 

As of now, an established four-level parking garage occupies the potential building site, but given the location of 145 S. Wells sits right in the heart of the Loop and just steps from the busy Quincy/Wells CTA station, a new office development here seems to make a ton of sense, even despite all the new loft-style offices being built over in the West Loop and nearby Fulton Market.

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