The booming West Loop could soon see the construction of two twin condo buildings if neighbors decide in favor of supporting the project.
The buildings, designed by Booth Hanson and proposed for 1111 W. Washington Blvd. and 19 N. May St. would rise 9 stories and contain a combined total of 56 condos near the soon-to-be headquarters for McDonald's.
The developers are Chicago-based Peerless Real Estate Investment and plan to construct large units which they're describing as "family style". Each would have two parking spaces and seek up to $500 per square foot.
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