New Skyline sprouting in South Loop as luxury apartment hit-rise breaks ground
19 January 2017
“The tallest of the new buildings is an 832-foot apartment and condominium tower set for 1000 S. Michigan Ave. Approved by the city last year, the Helmut Jahn-designed tower is 200 feet shorter than originally proposed, but would still rank as one of the tallest high-rises in Chicago. The revised design also eliminated a stepped profile in favor of a curving silhouette. Groundbreaking is expected in 2018, with a target completion date of 2021, according to Robert Singer of New York-based Time Equities, co-developer with JK Equities.”
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