1333 South Wabash Weeks Away From Opening
Jul29

1333 South Wabash Weeks Away From Opening

Things are coming together at the South Loop residential tower known as 1333 South Wabash.  How much?  Enough that the developer, CMK Companies, held a media preview of the building recently. The 28-story tower designed by Brininstool and Lynch is just a couple of weeks away from welcoming its first residents.  Residences on offer range from 668 (one bedroom) to 1,175 square feet (two bedrooms) and run from $1,850 to $2,775, with...

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Crane’s Down, Time to Start Leasing at 1333 South Wabash
Jun27

Crane’s Down, Time to Start Leasing at 1333 South Wabash

The latest residential tower in the South Loop is ready to take your money. The construction of 1333 South Wabash is far enough along that Luxury Living Chicago Realty is now doing deals so that people can move in to its 305 homes around the middle of August. 1333 is a 28-story residential tower designed by Brininstool+Lynch and developed by CMK Companies.  Originally approved by the city in 2008, construction began in 2013....

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As 1345 South Wabash Fills Up, 1333 Builds Up
Jan21

As 1345 South Wabash Fills Up, 1333 Builds Up

If you build it, they will come. So as long as you’re at it, you might as well build two of them. Which is precisely what’s happening in the South Loop. At 1333 South Wabash Avenue, One Triple Three is the second, larger tower from Chicago’s CMK Companies on the same block of South Wabash. Destined to rise 28 stories high, the Brininstool + Lynch design will bring 307 rental units, to include one-, two-, and...

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With 1345 Wabash Complete, 1333 Shifts Into High Gear
Aug20

With 1345 Wabash Complete, 1333 Shifts Into High Gear

Now that CMK Companies‘ 1345 Wabash tower (1345 South Wabash Avenue) is ready to accept residents, workers are earnestly changing the landscape next door at 1333 South Wabash for the accompanying structure. The Brininstool+Lynch design is being fitted into a hole intended for a  previously-endeavored development that never got out of the ground. When complete, the 28-story tower will rise 276 feet into the South Loop sky. But...

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Status Update: 1345 Wabash
Aug15

Status Update: 1345 Wabash

The small building that made a big splash in the South Loop last year is starting to rise from the earth. 1345 Wabash (1345 South Wabash Avenue) is a 15-story condominium block being developed by CMK Companies.  You can see in these pictures that the parking garage that will make up the building’s podium is already well underway.  It appears that work so far is concentrated on the ramps, which are hard next to the storage...

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The Low Down on a New South Loop High Rise
Jul08

The Low Down on a New South Loop High Rise

We’re learning more about 1345 South Wabash, the “Mini Me” to 1333 South Wabash, the residential tower CMK Development wants to build in the South Loop. CMK put the wheels in motion for the 280-foot-tall 1333 South Wabash some time ago, and one of the questions the developers heard very often was, “Why don’t you do something with that ugly, empty lot next door?” That lot was supposed to be its own...

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1333 Wabash Gets a Little Brother
May27

1333 Wabash Gets a Little Brother

The residential building proposed for 1333 South Wabash is branching out before it’s even built. Originally approved by the city of Chicago five years ago, it has gone through several changes in the last couple of months. The most recent one has added a second tower. The developer, CMK Companies, bought the vacant lot immediately to the south of 1333 and plans to use the extra elbow room to put up a 15-story modified version of...

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New 1333 South Wabash Plan Is Bigger, Smaller, Wider, Less Shiny
Apr17

New 1333 South Wabash Plan Is Bigger, Smaller, Wider, Less Shiny

The new developers of the property at 1333 South Wabash have come up with a new proposal for what was approved by the city five years ago to be a 268-apartment skyscraper in the South Loop. The new plan increases the number of apartments to 307 units, but only increases the height of the tower six feet to about 276 feet tall. How does Brininstool+Lynch plan to accomplish this magic for the developer — the...

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