One Chicago Square

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One Chicago
OneChicagoSquare.png
One Chicago renderings.
Alternative namesFormerly One Chicago Square
General information
StatusUnder construction
TypeMixed Use
Location1 West Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60610
Coordinates41°53′46.2″N 87°37′43.6″W / 41.896167°N 87.628778°W / 41.896167; -87.628778Coordinates: 41°53′46.2″N 87°37′43.6″W / 41.896167°N 87.628778°W / 41.896167; -87.628778
Estimated completion2022
Height
RoofEast tower: 1,046 feet (319 m)
West tower: 594 feet (181 m)
Technical details
Floor countWest tower: 76
East tower: 49
Design and construction
ArchitectHartshorne Plunkard Architecture, Goettsch Partners

One Chicago (formerly One Chicago Square) is a skyscraper in the River North neighborhood of Chicago. The building would have two towers connected by a central podium.[1] When completed, the taller of the two towers would be the sixth-tallest structure in Chicago.[2]

The development has been approved by the Chicago Plan Commission for its zoning change and will have up to 869 residential units, both apartments and condominiums.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. Koziarz, Jay (25 October 2017). "Proposed Holy Name tower would become Chicago's sixth tallest skyscraper". Curbed Chicago. Retrieved 28 October 2017.
  2. Kamin, Blair (25 October 2017). "Plans unveiled for what could be city's 6th-tallest skyscraper". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 28 October 2017.
  3. Koziarz, Jay (2018-01-18). "1,011-foot River North skyscraper clears key city hurdle". Curbed Chicago. Retrieved 2019-02-07.