A new skyscraper could soon soar to new heights in the West Loop, where developers are making plans for a new 51-story tower. Slated for a site just off ‘Restaurant Row’, plans call for 300 new residential units, more than 200 parking spaces and some new commercial space in Fulton Market.
The recently filed zoning application sheds some light on the project, calling for a slender structure that’s much different in design than many of the existing low-rise buildings that surround the site. The same developer bought up the land for the now proposed tower, as well as some of the existing buildings a couple of years ago, and dubbed the project 900 West.
While phase one already has retail tenants signed to inhabit the rehabbed low-rise buildings next door, phase two of the project involves constructing the tower. The site in question is where a parking lot and one-story building now sit at Peoria and Randolph.
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