Another Residential Tower Flowing Into River North

400 West Huron drawing, courtesy of Berkelhamer Architects

400 West Huron drawing, courtesy of Berkelhamer Architects

River North is going to get another new residential building.

The Chicago Plan Commission greenlit 400 West Huron Street late last week.  Chicago Architecture Blog managing editor Mary Chmielewicz was there when the vote was taken, and if you follow our Twitter or Facebook feeds, then you got the alert instantly.

400 West Huron will be a 15-story building with 46 residences, designed by Berkelhamer Architects for developer Smithfield Properties.    Right now that location is the home of a couple of unremarkable one-story retail buildings.  Full details about and diagrams of the building follow:

  • Developer: Smithfield Properties
  • Architecture firm: Berkelhamer Architects
  • Height: 196 feet
  • Stories: 15
  • Footprint: 21,637 square feet
  • Retail space: 2,616 square feet
  • Residences: 46
  • Parking spaces: 73
  • Bicycle parking: 36 bikes
  • Loading docks: 1
  • Green roof alert!  (6,737 square feet)

Location: 400 West Huron Street, River North

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