Vista Property Files for Two New Projects in Fulton Market
New York City-based Vista Property, which has invested heavily in Chicago, is seeking zoning approval for two new projects west of downtown. They include a three-tower complex that could add more than 1,500 residences to Fulton Market.
The Chicago Sun-Timesreported that Vista Property has submitted to the City Council plans for buildings at 370, 400 and 401 N. Morgan St. Working with architectural firm Gensler, Vista has proposed buildings in the 30- to 40-story range, with ground-floor retail.
If approved, the development would be a large new addition to the development push through Fulton Market. The three high-rises would replace small industrial buildings and vacant property.
Vista’s other zoning proposal involves a parking lot at 640 W. Randolph St. It has retained architectural firm Antunovich Associates to design a 15-story office building, similar to one it put up at 609 W. Randolph.
Rendering of 370, 400 and 401 N. Morgan courtesy of Gensler.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).