REJournals

Lawrence House to open its doors after multimillion-dollar renovation

Uptown’s historic Lawrence House, which serves upscale housing to the arts and entertainment district at 1020 W. Lawrence Ave., will open its doors June 16 after an extensive renovation process that began in 2013. Crain’s reported last year that the project was totaled at $15 million Read More…

Curbed

River North Rental Project Shows Early Signs of Life

Last summer, Cedar Street Co. announced plans to acquire 676 N LaSalle for $12 million and convert the vintage structure into a new FLATS-branded micro-apartment development. Though the project has since changed to non-micro units, the site is showing promising signs this week with the presence of soil testing equipment at the southwest corner of Huron and LaSalle.
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Curbed Chicago

Glassy Addition Planned for River North Apartment Proposal

Cedar Street Companies, one of the city’s busiest developers, is looking to add a glassy new addition to a River North office building that it acquired last year. This week, a rendering of what appears to be a seven-story addition planned for the vintage building at 676 N. LaSalle surfaced on the development-watching forum skyscraperpage.com.
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Curbed Chicago

Historic Bush Temple of Music to Get 15-Story Tower Addition

This week’s Chicago Plan Commission was an important one as several major proposals were presented, including the redevelopment of the historic Bush Temple of Music and a 15-story tower that would be attached to it. Developer Cedar St. Cos. acquired the building in 2014 and announced last year that it would be transforming the former piano factory into a mixed-use residential and retail project.

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