The Mill Gets Planed: Milwaukee Avenue Tower Loses 13% of its Units
Aug22

The Mill Gets Planed: Milwaukee Avenue Tower Loses 13% of its Units

Plans for a new residential tower along the Kennedy Expressway have been cut back.  The Mill, a project designed by Antunovich Associates for Tandem, is being trimmed from 226 residences to 196. The Chicago Department of Planning and Development has approved the developer’s request for the change at 734 North Milwaukee Avenue, plus an accompanying reduction in the number of parking spaces.  See below for the revised diagrams...

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Pair of West Van Buren Towers Going To The People – Bigger Than Expected
Jul16

Pair of West Van Buren Towers Going To The People – Bigger Than Expected

A pair of residential towers planned for just off the Eisenhower Expressway is going to get its public airing. The buildings proposed by Tandem Partners are at 1050 and 1125 West Van Buren  Street.  Both were designed by Antunovich Associates. First peep came in January from Crain’s, but we haven’t heard anything since then.  There will be plenty of peeping next Thursday (July 26, 2018) when the projects are unveiled in...

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23-Story Tower Will Squeeze in Between the Kennedy and the Milwaukee Corridor
Dec27

23-Story Tower Will Squeeze in Between the Kennedy and the Milwaukee Corridor

The “sizable” River West residential development we told you about back in October that will introduce a 23-story residential tower to the edge of Milwaukee Avenue and the banks of the Kennedy Expressway is a go. The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the project at 734 North Milwaukee Avenue which may or may not be going by the name “The Mill.”  Commuters will see 226 new homes rise in a 266-foot-tall...

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Sizeable Residential Tower Planned for Blossoming Milwaukee Corridor
Oct17

Sizeable Residential Tower Planned for Blossoming Milwaukee Corridor

As the city of Chicago’s various neighborhoods re-make themselves in a more modern image, new residential neighborhoods are blooming in unlikely places.  As Kate Nash’s 20-something garage-punk angstfest  goes, “You can grow flowers from where dirt used to be.” One of those cracks from where flowers are springing is the Milwaukee Avenue corridor between Wicker Park and downtown.  What used to be the domain of...

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