Workers are completing the second floor of Catalyst, a 22-story, 223-apartment building pictured above at 630 W Washington in the West Loop.
A dozen stories have been added to the original structure at 111 W Wacker, and one of them has glass cladding on its south face. The site is coming back to life as a 59-floor, 504-unit luxury apartment tower.
The discordant cladding of the 11-story, 99-unit apartment building at 1601 W Division in East Village appears nearly complete in this sunset shot from K2.
Infrastructure is still the order of the day at River Point, a 45-story, 900,000 square foot office tower at 444 W Lake in the Fulton River District. River Point, which was begun without an anchor tenant, just locked in a 20-year lease on a quarter of its space. The deal with McDermott Will & Emery marks, I believe, the first time a major law firm has rented space this far west and north.
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