Thursday, December 15, 2016

Curbed Chicago Snaps Some Pics of Pre-Construction work at Indiana/Roosevelt

Last week we got word that some action was about to begin at the high-profile vacant lot at Indiana and Roosevelt.  Well Curbed Chicago snapped some pictures and provides another update:
While it’s not quite time to add the upcoming 800-plus-foot skyscraper designed by Uruguay-born starchitect Rafael Viñoly to the Curbed Chicago high-rise construction map, dirt is moving at the prime parcel located at the southern edge of Chicago’s Grant Park. This week brought notable progress including the addition of new fencing and the destruction of the site’s existing pavement. The recent action seems to be entirely consistent with the tentative pre-construction time table that was distributed to nearby residents last week. 
With its foundation permit already issued, the South Loop project is expected to begin caisson work some time in January. Once drilling begins in earnest, the 792-unit rental project will officially take its place as the second tallest building under construction in Chicago—edging out Streeterville’s One Bennett Park while falling well short of the 1,186-foot-tall Vista Tower currently on its way to Lake Shore East.

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