Over the last 6 months or so, there’s been plenty of headlines relating to new development in the South Loop. And according to recent headlines, that trend doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon.
Just recently, MGLM Architects revealed plans for what could possibly the neighborhood’s next big mixed-use development, which would replace a surface parking lot at the southeast corner of Dearborn and Harrison in Printer’s Row.
Going strictly off the renderings, the project looks to be a 7-story structure with a fabulous brick and terra cotta design, which blends in seamlessly with other nearby buildings in the historic part of downtown Chicago. Included with the project would be 170 loft-style apartments and ground level retail space that would apparently include a grocery store.