The latest email newsletter from 42nd Ward Ald. Brendan Reilly brings word of an upcoming public meeting to discuss plans for a proposed development at Wolf Point.
In typically Reillyesque phrasing, Ald. Reilly notes that “I have directed Hines Development Corporation and their team to start our community review process early, even before they take the initial step of filing a formal application with the City of Chicago.”
The details, from the newsletter:
The Applicant (Hines) has submitted a proposal for the development of three towers at this site, with Site “A” (West Tower) proposed as a residential, 525 foot tall structure containing 510 units and 200 parking stalls; Site “B” (South Tower) proposed as a 900 foot tall, mixed use structure containing 600 units and 885 parking stalls; and Site “C” (East Tower) proposed as a 750 foot tall, mixed use structure containing 200 parking stalls.
WHAT: 350 North Orleans (former Wolf Point site) Development Project
WHO: Hosted by Alderman Brendan Reilly, the River North Residents Association (RNRA) and the Fulton River District Association (FRDA)
WHEN: Tuesday, May 29th at 5:30 P.M.
WHERE: Holiday Inn, 350 West Mart Center Drive – Wolf Point Ballroom
Pending and proposed new apartment developments in downtown Chicago now total nearly 13,000 units.
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