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Old September 19th, 2011, 10:20 PM   #1
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CHICAGO | Atrium Village | 125m | 410ft | 39 fl | 116m | 380ft | 36 fl | 103m | 341ft | 30 fl | App




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Height: 128m/420ft, 125m/410ft, 116m/380ft, 95m/310ft
Floor count: 44 / 41 / 36 / 28
Location: North Wells and West Division
Neighborhood: Near North Side
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Architect: FitzGerald Associates Architects; Bumgardner
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Pending approval from community groups, Alderman Walter Burnett, and the Chicago Plan Commission, the new Atrium Village will have all underground parking, as well as approximately 40,000 square feet of retail space, including one large retail space to be leased to a local grocery store. The four towers, stepping up from 28, 36, and 41 to finally 44 stories, will anchor the corners of the site. A two-acre park, designed by Hitchcock Design Group, will be open to the public and accessible mid-block through an entrance on Wells Street. The tower podiums will feature green roofs and roof gardens, including one devoted to rooftop farming. The entire project will include over 1,600 units, 320 of which will be affordable housing, a slight increase in the current ratio at Atrium Village.
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Old September 19th, 2011, 11:14 PM   #2
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Finally some new proposals for Chicago!
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 06:19 PM   #4
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Heights are as follows:

Northeast Tower (Phase I): 310' (with 85' midrise)
Southeast Tower (Phase II): 380'
Southwest Tower (Phase III): 410'
Northwest Tower (Phase IV): 420'
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Old August 11th, 2012, 08:49 AM   #5
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Two Major FitzGerald Associates Architects Projects Awarded Zoning Final Approvals
August 8, 2012

Two significant projects by FitzGerald Associates Architects—a 216 unit complex at 15th & Blue Island, and Atrium Village, a 1500 unit phased development designed to seek LEED Certification—received their final city zoning approvals when the projects’ respective Planned Development applications were approved by the City Council on July 25th, 2012 under guidance of a recommendation by the Chicago Plan Commission.

Designed for an empty lot on the edge of Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, 15th Blue Island is poised just south of Chicago’s medical district and southwest of the University of Illinois at Chicago. The building’s market-rate and affordable units, along with private secure parking, will provide stylish, attainable homes with outstanding views of the city. The development is targeted to hospital staff, university faculty, and area students. In addition to over 200 residences, the development will bring 10,000 square feet of retail space and increased street parking.

The proposed new Atrium Village will be built as a LEED certified, phased development encompassing 1500 dwelling units, 300 of which will be set aside as affordable housing; expanded retail development along both Division Street and Wells Street totaling 32,000 square feet; a two-acre public open space, fully-enclosed parking facilities; and an expanded Bright Horizons School.

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Massive 1,500-Unit Atrium Village Redevelopment Project Almost Ready to Dig In



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The redevelopment of Atrium Village will soon be underway, as groundbreaking on the major project is expected to take place next month. The existing site is a development layout typical of urban renewal schemes from the mid-20th century as far design is concerned: an inward focused community with limited interaction at the sidewalk while the structures sat in a "towers in the park" environment. The buildings consist of a nine-story mid-rise as well as eight three-story low-rise buildings placed into the interior of the block with surface parking lots, suburban styled empty green spaces and courtyards placed between them. One additional building that featured a limited amount of retail space was located along Division Street with a fortress-like facade that harkens back to when the neighborhood was a far less desirable area, located just a block away from the eastern fringe of the former Cabrini-Green public housing complex and its infamous legacy. ...








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Demolition permits issued 10/28!
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nice! Chicago is getting even more density.
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Atrium Village Crumbling Ahead of Massive Redevelopment

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While progress often means something else must go, it’s still a bit jarring to see former residences reduced to rubble. Such is the case in the 1100 block of North Wells Street on the Near North Side, where several buildings at Atrium Village are being torn down in Phase One of a project to redo the development.

When complete, developer Onni Group will have provided 1,500 new homes within 4 new residential towers and one smaller building, replacing the eight 3-story structures that have begun being demolished. Designed by Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture, the new buildings will range from 4 stories to 39, and will also include town homes, retail space, and a public park.
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That is a very nice project. Good mix of amenities as well as types of housing/apartments.
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