Construction Update
Hubbard and Its Brother

Construction of Hubbard Place. Photograph courtesy of Fulton River Spy Alex.

Construction of Hubbard Place. Photograph courtesy of Fulton River Spy Alex.

Fulton River Spy Alex sent in this picture showing the nearly-complete exterior of Hubbard Place (360 East Hubbard Street), the new River North residential tower that we’ve explored in depth here several times.  You can also see its older sibling, Kingsbury Plaza (520 North Kingsbury Street) to the left, and the East Bank Club filling in the space between the two towers.

All three buildings and a tiny parking lot are part of the same development, approved by the City of Chicago back in the 1970’s.  Back then the city also envisioned a subway line running under Kingsbury Street.

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