New Pix, New Facts On Eisenhower Tower

Drawing of 1061 West Van Buren

We’re learning more about the new residential tower proposed to go up along the Eisenhower Expressway in West Town.  A public meeting is scheduled for tomorrow night (April 9, 2014) at 6pm at the Merit School of Music (38 South Peoria Street) to officially release the details, but one of our spies took advantage of our Tip Line and provided us with the following information and pictures:

  • Drawing of 1061 West Van BurenBuilding name: 1061 West Van Buren
  • Developer: Pizzuti Companies
  • Design architect: Arquitectonica
  • Architect of record: Epstein
  • Total height: 330 feet
  • Parking garage height: 52 feet
  • Floors: 32
  • Residences: 411
  • Studios: 75
  • Convertibles: 79
  • One bedroom: 128
  • One bedroom + den:
  • Two bedroom: 77
  • Parking spaces: 200
  • Retail floor space: 9,000 square feet
  • Dog run” 1,500 square feet
  • Green roof alert!
  • No tax dollars requested for this project
  • Anticipated completion: autumn 2015
This article is the result of photos sent in by someone just like you. If you see something interesting in your neighborhood, e-mail your phone pics to chicagoarchitectureinfo@gmail.com.  Check out our Tip Line for ways to tip us off by text message and anonymous drop box.
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2 Comments

  1. Great too see development spreading to the Westside.
    Easy access, plenty of room for growth, great views, and really no reason for NIMBY to have any issues.
    Let’s have more of Yes in my backyard!

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  2. What are the chances West Loop NIMBY’S tear this proposal apart because it’s west of Halsted and taller than 10 stories?
    What are the chances the West Loop residents decide having towers along Van Buren is good since it will block out noise and pollution from I-290 similar to the high rises along 90/94?

    Can you pretty please report back to us on how the meeting went tomorrow?

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