Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Proposed 24-Story Apartment Building at Harrison/Clark Apparently Not Happening

Renderings of Project at SW Corner of Harrison and Clark (via Curbed)
It's seems like everyday there is an announcement of a new real estate project in the Sloop.  Well apparently the proposed project at the southwest corner of Clark and Harrison isn't happening (via Curbed):
The downtown area may be boiling over with new apartment projects, but it looks like one of the announced project for the Printer's Row neighborhood of the South Loop may be frozen. Early this year we heard that the eyesore of a parking lot at the corner of Clark and Harrison was set to be replaced with a shiny new 24-story apartment building with tons of retail space at the ground floor and designed by Thomas Roszak Architecture. There hasn't been any word about this project until the most recent newsletter from the neighborhood group South Loop Neighbors brought word that the sale of the property had "stalled indefinitely", indicating that the deal may have fallen through entirely.

It seems inevitable that this will probably get developed at some point...

(Hat tip:  JH!)

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