Urban Real Estate

Printers' Row Building Takes Height Chop

Printers' Row Building Takes Height Chop

An apartment buidling proposed for a vacant lot in downtown's Printers' Row neighborhood has been shrunk from 15 stories to 7.

If built, the proposal from LG Development would now include a total of 60 rental units down from 130 for the vacant lot at the corner of Dearborn and Polk.

The original proposal also included retail space, but LG hasn't confirmed yet how the amenities and retail would be affected by the redesign.
Read more at Curbed Chicago here.