Less Height, More Parking: 352 North Union Moving Ahead
Apr09

Less Height, More Parking: 352 North Union Moving Ahead

It’s been a couple of years since we last heard a peep out of 352 North Union. But it appears that Vancouver’s Onni Group is ready to get busy on the 450-foot residential tower in Chicago’s Fulton River District. 2015 rendering of 352 North Union (on the right) Except that it’s not going to be 450 feet tall anymore. The City of Chicago recently approved the developer’s request to shorten the building down...

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Party’s Over; It’s Down to Business for the 352 North Union Tower
Jan14

Party’s Over; It’s Down to Business for the 352 North Union Tower

Two months after being cinched into her cotillion frock and paraded in front of the West Town rabble in her coming out party, 352 North Union is now in full pantsuit mode, ready to be presented to the Chicago Plan Commission. Serious business, this. The 38-story residential skyscraper just south of the K2 tower at 365 North Halsted features a main entrance off of a new North Union Street cul-de-sac, and an auxiliary exit that squirts...

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352 North Union: More Pix, More Facts, More Fun
Nov09

352 North Union: More Pix, More Facts, More Fun

At the Chicago Architecture Blog we make every effort to ensure that our articles are properly illustrated.  As they taught us in J-school: “Say ‘monkey,’ see monkey.”  But in this modern media age, sometimes completeness is sacrificed for swiftness.  That’s why the CBS Evening News is better than the Huffington Post. Such expediency is why we were unable to bring you renderings of 352 North Union last...

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Introducing 352 North Union Avenue
Nov04

Introducing 352 North Union Avenue

Tuesday evening, interested residents of Chicago’s west side were ushered into the basement of Old St. Pat’s Church to get their first look at a new apartment tower proposed to nestle between the K2 residential building and the railroad tracks in the 300 block of North Halsted Street. 352 North Union Avenue was introduced by Alderman Brendan Reilly (42nd) and Neighbors of the West Loop. Cardiff Mason Development Inc hopes...

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