Chicago's skyline is an ever-evolving architectural statement, some might even call a masterpiece, and a new tower is set to change it forever.
Known as One Grant Park, the tower, to be built at the corner of Roosevelt and Indiana in the South Loop, has officially begun construction. Designed by Uruguay-born architect Rafael Viñoly for developer Crescent Heights, the tower will ultimately rise more than 800 feet and include nearly 800 residential units on the south end of Grant Park, adding visual balance to the world-renowned space.
Multiple sources have announced the project has received its initial construction funding and will soon begin its climb skyward.
Read more on the project at Curbed Chicago here.