Stalled River North Skyscraper Starts Again, Saves Historic Firehouse
Oct22

Stalled River North Skyscraper Starts Again, Saves Historic Firehouse

A stalled residential tower proposed for Chicago’s River North neighborhood is back on the drawing boards. The skyscraper at 212 West Illinois Street was approved by ┬áChicago’s city council in 2007, but was never built. According to an e-mail from 42nd Ward Alderman Brendan Reilly, the project is out of mothballs and its developers are asking for some modifications so it can be built. The updated development proposal...

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