A spectacular new proposal has been unveiled for 166 N. Aberdeen over in the West Loop. Being planned by MCZ Development, the project, if approved, would include 236 apartments and an additional 5,000 square feet of commercial space that would be divided between the Aberdeen and May Street frontages.
As a transit-oriented development that’s just blocks from the Morgan CTA stop, the new apartment tower at 166 N. Aberdeen would only include 84 parking spaces as its currently configured, which would all occupy the building’s first two levels.
The design, which blends in very well with the West Loop’s surrounding landscape, is from Chicago-based Solomon Cordwell Buenz and can be seen in the rendering featured on this page.
For additional information about the 166 N. Aberdeen, check out a recent post from Curbed Chicago.