14-story apartment building ready to rise on Lake and Ada streets – Curbed Chicago

A $2 million development allow issued this week offers the 14-story, 263-unit apartment building deliberate for Chicago’s West Loop the inexperienced gentle. The fashionable, L-formed building will sit on the nook of Ada and Lake streets.

The 180 North Ada Road website incorporates a small floor car parking zone and a warehouse building that previously housed Takis Royal Meals grocery. In 2014 Sterling Bay purchased the property, and it appears like Naperville-based mostly Marquette Firms will develop the multifamily building designed by Brininstool and Lynch.

Work on the building is anticipated to happen after demolition, in accordance to Neighbors of the West Loop. The neighborhood neighborhood group mentioned the proposed plan requires a 2nd flooring swimming pool, a health space, resident lounge, outside grilling area and inexperienced roof. Almost 2,500 sq. ft of floor flooring area shall be out there to a retail or restaurant tenant.

In earlier proposals the building was one story shorter and provided solely 96 parking areas. In accordance the development allow, the flats will now have a parking storage with 148 areas out there.

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14-story apartment building ready to rise on Lake and Ada streets - Curbed Chicago