A new proposal for the West Loop could see a dual tower development in the hot market area.
If approved, the project, which would cover an entire city block, would add 627 residences to the area, 17 and 15 stories tall. It would also add 10,000 square feet of retail space on the former site of the H2O Plus Facility, at 845 W. Madison.
The developers behind the project are the John Buck Company, who recently built an apartment tower on Michigan Avenue and are constructing a new office tower in the Loop for CNA Financial.
If built, the towers would have green space and feature a row of duplex townhouses, designed by the local firm GREC Architects.
Read more about the project, and its prospects, at Curbed Chicago here.