1400-1410 West Randolph Street: The Applicant is seeking a Zoning Map Amendment in order to permit the construction of a new twenty-one-story mixed-use (commercial/residential) building, at the subject property. The new proposed building will contain commercial/retail space and a residential lobby – at grade level, and a total of 252 dwelling units – above (3rd thru 21st Floors). There will be a roof deck and a penthouse, featuring residential amenities, located above the 21st Floor. There will be interior parking for 67 vehicles located on and between the 1st and 2nd Floors of the building.
1436-1450 West Randolph Street: The Applicant is seeking a Zoning Map Amendment in order to permit the construction of a new eight-story residential building and a new six-story mixed-use (commercial/residential) building, at the subject property. [The existing five-story office building will be retained and preserved – as is.] The new proposed eight-story building will contain a residential lobby and amenity space, including an open garden area – at grade level, and 175 dwelling units – above (2nd thru 8th Floors). There will be additional residential amenity space and outdoor (green) space also located on the 8th Floor. The proposed six-story mixed-use building will contain commercial/retail space and a residential lobby – at grade level, and a total of 85 dwelling units – above (2nd thru 6th Floors). There will be parking for 59 vehicles, which will service both of the new proposed buildings, located at grade-level, within the eight-story building.
In order to permit the proposals, a Zoning Map Amendment, with a Planned Development overlay, is required to change the existing zoning, at each of the properties, from a C1-3 Neighborhood Commercial District to a DX-7 Downtown Mixed-Use District and to a C1-5 Neighborhood Commercial District - respectively.
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A Reminder on the Importance of Community Development Meetings
The West Loop continues to experience a development boom within our community. Each development must undergo a public review process, which involves a presentation of the project to the community at an open meeting. Attendance and participation at these open meetings is crucial. It is an opportunity for the developer to hear the comments and concerns of the community, and it is a powerful format through which your voices can be heard.
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Please contact Carla M. Agostinelli, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at 312.666.1991 with any comments, questions or concerns about the proposed development