73-unit tower proposed for long-vacant River West site

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A California-based developer has proposed to construct a 38-story apartment tower on property between the Metra tracks on Halsted St. and the K2 Apartments tower in the River West neighborhood.

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Curbed Chicago reports that, according to an email notice from Alderman Brendan Reilly’s office, the plan calls for 373 residences and 158 parking spaces.

The developer/investor who is proposing the plan has owned the property at 347-357 N. Halsted St. since 1999, Crain’s reports. It is unknown whether the residences will be condo or rentals.

The developers will publicly introduce the plan at a community meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 3 at the Old St. Patrick’s Church on Adams St. The meeting, hosted by Alderman Reilly and the Neighbors of West Loop (NOWL) organization, will begin at 6 p.m.


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