1200 S. Indiana, Grant Park Tower, is making progress, as Chicago has recently issued a $64 million building permit for the partial superstructure (level 4 to underside of level 8) for the 76-story (80-level) residential tower “with 792 dwelling units, ground floor retail and 12 levels of parking.”
The project is the first stage of a multi-phase skyscraper development project planned for the South Loop, Wikipedia says, quoting published reports.
“It is the first and only approved stage of what could be a three-stage project, consisting of two towers and one low-rise condominium complex designed by Rafael Viñoly, with the second tower located just west of the first and reaching 30 feet taller.”
Once complete, the tower will be the 13th tallest building in Chicago, making it the tallest skyscraper in the South Loop and one of the tallest residential skyscrapers in the city.
James McHugh Construction Co. is the general contractor.