September 2014

Found 3 blog entries for September 2014.

Block 37 Apartment Tower, Chicago Loop

New Development News: Block 37 Rentals Coming to the Chicago Loop

New rental developments have become commonplace in the downtown Chicago real estate landscape, and just confirmed today are plans for yet another high-profile apartment project—this time in the Loop. While it’s been a topic of conversation for quite some time now, it seems the massive new residential addition to Block 37 is moving forward, which will add almost 700 more rentals to the downtown market.

In all, the new Block 37 rental tower will stand 34 stories high and sit atop the already existing shopping center that’s situated at 108 N. State Street. As mentioned in several reports, details about interior finishes and common amenities have yet to be released, but given what’s

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Related Midwest Tower Coming to 451 E. Grand, Chicago IL

In recent weeks and months, Related Midwest buildings like 500 N. Lake Shore Drive and 111 W. Wacker have gotten plenty of notoriety as being two of downtown Chicago’s hottest luxury rental buildings to come to market. But now, this mega-developer has set its sights on a new Streeterville project, just steps from the recently completed 500 N. Lake Shore Drive.

According to a report from the Chicago Tribune back in mid-July, Chicago’s new Related Midwest development is being designed by Robert A.M. Stern—a starchitect most known for his impressive portfolio in New York—and will stand 67 stories high, while housing another 500 residential units.

Prior to Related Midwest purchasing the land for the new tower last August, a new 232-unit condo tower

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Downtown Chicago's Hottest Rental & Apartment Buildings of 2014

Downtown Chicago rentals are being developed at a pace unlike anything else we’ve seen before. With lavish interiors and in-building amenities that make even the most luxurious condominium buildings look average, most newer construction rental buildings in Chicago fit the luxury demographic, with rent prices for one-bedroom units starting around $2,000 per month—or more.
Despite all these new apartment developments hitting the market however, standing inventory still isn’t high and if you’re in the market for a stylish new apartment in some of Chicago’s hottest new rental buildings, the time to act is now. While the number of available apartments varies from location to location, here’s a closer look at some of the hottest new rental buildings to hit

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