One of downtown Chicago’s most anticipated new high-rise developments in recent memory is now one step closer to coming to fruition, as reports have recently surfaced that detail the status of its construction permits.
Although construction for the new Vista Tower project is already well underway, Curbed Chicago is reporting that the city has officially granted all of the building's remaining permits, which of course will allow development to continue until the 95-story tower is finished in 2020.
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past year or so, Vista Tower is easily one of the city’s highest profile developments currently in the works, which says a lot given 50+ high-rises are already under construction around the downtown area.
Once finished, Vista Tower will stand 1,186 feet tall and house 406 luxury condos and a 192-room luxury hotel. A report last summer claimed developers have already reached $200 million in sales, but plenty of condos are still currently listed on the MLS at Chicago’s spectacular new Vista Tower.