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Meeting On Two Residential Towers Planned For Van Buren In West Loop Thursday

The towers will bring 411 new residential units and ground floor retail to the neighborhood just north of the Ike.

Developer Tandem Project is proposing a mixed use, residential and commercial space, at 1125 W. Van Buren Street in West Loop.
[Mauricio Peña/Block Club Chicago]
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WEST LOOP — A developer wants to add two more residential towers to the West Loop, and will present the plans to the community this week.

Developer Tandem Partners will present plans for a 21-story tower at 1050 W. Van Buren St. and a 24-story building at 1125 W. Van Buren St. at a meeting from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday at Merit School of Music, 38 S. Peoria St. in the West Loop.

Under plans, the 21-story building at 1050 W. Van Buren will include 201 residential units with 73 parking spaces. The proposed 1125 West Van Buren building will be slightly taller at 24 stories and will include 210 residential units and seven parking spaces. 

The ground floors for the towers will be designated for commercial and retail use, according to the West Loop Community Organization. 

In January, Crain’s reported on the proposed high rises on the south end of the West Loop.

The meeting is hosted by the West Loop Community Organization and Ald. Danny Solis (25th). 

Tandem Partners is proposing a 21-story tower at 1050 West Van Buren Street that will include 201 residential units with 73 parking spaces.  [Mauricio Peña/Block Club Chicago]