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West Loop Getting 362 New Apartments After City Council Signs Off On Green Street High-Rise

The building will have a terrace, dog run and pool on the roof.

A new 36-story tower is coming for 301 S. Green Street in the West Loop.
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WEST LOOP — A $166 million, 36-story residential tower is coming to Greektown after getting City Council approval Wednesday.

The high-rise at 301 S. Green St. will replace a parking lot and one-story industrial building.

The design went through revisions after several community meetings between February and July. Contrary to the design presented earlier this year, the residential tower now has a sleek, glass-like facade.

Credit: Goettsch Partners
A design progression of 301 S. Green Street slated for the West Loop.

Units are split between 144 studios, 146 one-bedrooms and 72 two-bedrooms, for a total of 362 apartments — 73 of which will be affordable.

The building will also have a parking garage with 128 vehicle spots, 256 bike spots and tenant storage, city planners said.

All affordable rental units will be available for households making 60, 50 and 40 percent of the area median income, according to the city’s department of planning and development.

Additional planned amenities includes a dog run, terrace and pool, all on the roof.

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