A new 58-unit building is coming to a prominent Gold Coast block, the southwest corner of Bank and Lake Shore Drive.
The lot had originally been pitched as the site of a 40-story high-rise, but opposition from local neighbors has resulted in a smaller project. It will ultimately rise 8 stories, with 47 parking spaces from developer Draper & Kramer.
The mid-rise building was designed by architects with Booth Hansen and will soon fill a lot that has been empty and the subject of a neighborhood dialogue and battle for two decades.
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