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LouisVanDerWright Sep 25, 2015 1:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Mr Downtown (Post 7176857)
I assume this is the supertall cantilevered over a landmark that we've been hearing about for a couple of years, right?

Maybe :cool:

jc5680 Sep 25, 2015 1:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Ch.G, Ch.G (Post 7174764)
Maddening? I'm legitimately concerned I might spiral down a rage-induced k-hole and wake up in a few days with the decapitated heads of every "Friends of" president at the foot of my bed.

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Originally Posted by Ch.G, Ch.G (Post 7176701)
I would kill to see this happen. I mean. Just. Murder. Someone.

I mean, if you connect the dots here…

Steely Dan Sep 25, 2015 1:35 PM

let's please stay on topic.

Domer2019 Sep 25, 2015 2:54 PM

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Originally Posted by jc5680 (Post 7176879)
I don't think he means this site specifically, rather the mythical project that was cantilevered over a landmark that someone (lvdw?) had said they had knowledge of but never gave much in the way of details about.

I mean, the cantilever isn't even on the park side (essentially). So either the design/orientation changed, there was some liberty taken in the rumor, or it's different altogether.

SamInTheLoop Sep 25, 2015 5:06 PM

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Originally Posted by chris08876 (Post 7176657)
Don't jinx it. Shhh... I'd be a shame if this was the spire situation all over again. Let us bask in our skyscraper high for the meantime. As long as we can get steel in the ground, and this rising past the foundation, all is well. Hopefully since they are a Miami developer, and given the trend of developers in S.Florida of doing this, they will start sales really early, while this is still in the design stage. And I mean really early.


Nope - these are two New York developers - JK Equities and Time Equities. If you're thinking of Crescent Heights and 113 E Roosevelt, wrong thread....

SamInTheLoop Sep 25, 2015 5:07 PM

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Originally Posted by emathias (Post 7176127)
Would 1326 S Michigan be visible from that angle, too?

Yes, 1326 S Michigan would be visible....

Ch.G, Ch.G Sep 25, 2015 7:28 PM

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Originally Posted by jc5680 (Post 7176882)
I mean, if you connect the dots here…

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Originally Posted by Steely Dan (Post 7176916)
let's please stay on topic.

Fine. But lock your doors.

orulz Sep 25, 2015 8:55 PM

This rapidfire wave of enormous residential project announcements tells me that we are likely entering (or already in) the bubble phase of the economic cycle that has been the rule since, well, ever. Some of these big projects may get off the ground but probably not all.

Rest assured though, even after the inevitable bubble inevitably busts, fiveish years later, a recovery is inevitable and we'll be back into boomland again.

FlashingLights Sep 26, 2015 3:04 AM

this thing blows me away gorgeous

BVictor1 Sep 26, 2015 4:43 AM

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Originally Posted by orulz (Post 7177600)
This rapidfire wave of enormous residential project announcements tells me that we are likely entering (or already in) the bubble phase of the economic cycle that has been the rule since, well, ever. Some of these big projects may get off the ground but probably not all.

Rest assured though, even after the inevitable bubble inevitably busts, fiveish years later, a recovery is inevitable and we'll be back into boomland again.

This rapid-fire wave of enormous projects tells me that developers want to get their shit into the city before the affordable housing ordinance goes into effect in mid October.

b0soleil Sep 26, 2015 6:19 AM

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Originally Posted by SamInTheLoop (Post 7177210)
Yes, 1326 S Michigan would be visible....

1326 S. Michigan would go inbetween the 2 "short" (30 story) beige towers to right of the ghost tower (phase 2 Michigan and Roosevelt Vinoly tower) and it'll be 2 stories taller than the orange tower in the rendering.)

the urban politician Sep 26, 2015 12:22 PM

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Originally Posted by BVictor1 (Post 7178032)
This rapid-fire wave of enormous projects tells me that developers want to get their shit into the city before the affordable housing ordinance goes into effect in mid October.

Yep. Which sucks, actually, because some of these proposals may end up being years away.

joeg1985 Sep 26, 2015 12:50 PM

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Originally Posted by BVictor1 (Post 7178032)
This rapid-fire wave of enormous projects tells me that developers want to get their shit into the city before the affordable housing ordinance goes into effect in mid October.

Will these projects really be approved by the city council before that ordinance takes effect. I doubt that. They will have to comply just like all the rest.

Notyrview Sep 26, 2015 12:53 PM

It doesn't suck for people applying for affordable housing.

BVictor1 Sep 26, 2015 1:11 PM

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Originally Posted by joeg1985 (Post 7178156)
Will these projects really be approved by the city council before that ordinance takes effect. I doubt that. They will have to comply just like all the rest.

They don't have to be approved before the ordinance takes affect, just filed to the city.

andydie Sep 26, 2015 3:26 PM

Chicago really seems to be on Fire :cheers: awesome proposal and with Jahn you cant go wrong. Lets hope it won´t get too VEd ;)

ChiTownWonder Sep 26, 2015 3:39 PM

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Originally Posted by b0soleil (Post 7178083)
1326 S. Michigan would go inbetween the 2 "short" (30 story) beige towers to right of the ghost tower (phase 2 Michigan and Roosevelt Vinoly tower) and it'll be 2 stories taller than the orange tower in the rendering.)

WOW! i really underestimated the caliber of that building

VKChaz Sep 26, 2015 11:23 PM

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Originally Posted by BVictor1 (Post 7178169)
They don't have to be approved before the ordinance takes affect, just filed to the city.

Do you know what happens after that? For example, does construction need to be begin/finish by a certain point in order to maintain the exemption?

ardecila Sep 27, 2015 1:13 AM

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Originally Posted by VKChaz (Post 7178552)
Do you know what happens after that? For example, does construction need to be begin/finish by a certain point in order to maintain the exemption?

No, construction start has nothing to do with it. Projects/rezoning requests must be introduced to City Council by October 15th and approved within 9 months of that date.

Likely most of these applications will be deferred while developers hash out the specifics of the project with aldermen and community groups. Assuming they can reach agreements with the community within 9 months, the rezoning will be approved and developers can proceed with the project under the old rules.

The difference between the new and old rules is $6000 per unit, so on this project, the developer stands to save just over $3 million by filing early. Not chump change...

N830MH Sep 27, 2015 6:09 AM

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Originally Posted by Steely Dan (Post 7176916)
let's please stay on topic.

Thanks mods.

Please stay on topics and follow the rules. You don't want to get a trouble. You must be more respectful to others member. Be nice to each others.


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