Chicago approves $700M mixed-use project, includes city’s future 6th-tallest tower

February 12, 2018

The Chicago Plan Commission has voted to authorize the $700 million One Chicago Square, a mixed-use project that includes what will be the city’s sixth tallest building when complete, according to Engineering News-Record.

The taller of two skyscrapers will rise to 76 stories — 1,011 feet — and the other will max out at 49 stories. The project, according to JDL Development, will feature 75 luxury condominiums, 795 apartments, an organic grocery store, a 145,000-square-foot fitness center, two parks, three high-end retail stores and one restaurant.

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