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Norton Rose Fulbright will be the first law firm to establish an office in Chicago's Fulton Market District

TCC Looks to Build Apartments, Offices in Fulton Market

In what would be its largest project to date in the Fulton Market District, Trammell Crow Company wants to build a 26-story office and retail building on one side of the 1100 block of Carroll Avenue and a 33-story apartment building on the other, Crain’s Chicago Business reported. TCC filed a zoning application earlier this week.

Pending City Council approval and TCC landing financing to build them, the projects would mark the firm’s third and fourth major developments in a neighborhood that appears to have regained its pre-pandemic momentum.

Crain’s reported that TCC has led Fulton Market’s charge into the life sciences sector. It’s converting part of an office building at 1375 W. Fulton St. into lab space for pharmaceutical and biotech research and developing Fulton Labs, a 425,000-square-foot life sciences-focused building due to open early next year at 400 N. Aberdeen St., just north of the Carroll Avenue sites.


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