110 N. Wacker: Developers propose tallest pure office building in Chicago since 1990

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The proposed project at 110 N. Wacker (Goettsch Partners)

Developers led by Dallas-based Howard Hughes Corp. and Riverside Investment and Development (from Chicago) have published renderings for an 800-ft. tall office building proposed for 110 N. Wacker.

The one-acre site is currently occupied by the low-rise, 220,000 sq. ft. General Growth Building.

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The site as it is now (Google Street View)

General Contractor Clark Construction estimates a 36-month construction timeline once the developers confirm a primary tenant. The architect is Goettsch Partners.

The new project would include 1.35 million sq. ft. of rentable space, with a 40-ft. lobby, and new public park space — making it the tallest purely office building to be built in Chicago since 1990, according to Curbed Chicago.

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Renderings from Goettsch Partners

“Roughly half of the site’s area will be public space comprised of an open-air park at its northern end as well as a 45-ft.-wide block-wide riverwalk undercutting the tower’s western edge,” Curbed Chicago reports. “To create this 55-ft.-tall covered promenade, nine load-bearing columns would converge into three structural nodes at park level—further maximizing river views from the pedestrian perspective.”

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