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Old March 14th, 2019, 11:19 PM   #81
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It is still not decided it seems
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Old September 14th, 2019, 04:26 PM   #82
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For what it's worth, a rumor of potential unit increase, which could lead to a taller (or fatter?) building. The article itself says take it with a grain of salt but still a nice update nonetheless.

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Old October 7th, 2019, 09:39 PM   #83
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It'd be fantastic if Chicago could get its proposed supertalls going before the economy slows.

Since unveiling their proposals for the projects last year, Golub, the developer of the Tribune Tower property, and Related Midwest, the developer of the Chicago Spire parcel, have been revising their plans to gain the approval of city officials, including Reilly. Chicago-based Golub and its partner CIM Group have “made a lot of progress” addressing concerns about the development’s impact on traffic, the alderman said in a recent video interview with Chicago Sun-Times reporter Fran Spielman.

“We’re very close,” said Reilly, 42nd. “I think we can get a deal done here in the next couple months, hopefully.”


To minimize its impact on traffic, Golub and CIM have added a “cut-through” at the base of the tower so cars arriving on upper Illinois Street can load and unload under the building, Reilly said. Delivery and other vehicles will load and unload on lower Illinois Street, he said.

A Golub representative was not immediately available for comment. The developers need the City Council to approve a zoning change for the project, but under the longtime Chicago custom of aldermanic privilege, Reilly has the power to reject development proposals before they are introduced to the council.
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