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Famous Morton Salt Sign To Be ‘Revitalized’ As Building Is Transformed Into A Music Venue
The roof and sign are currently being replaced as part of the building’s redevelopment. Preservationists say the move is allowed under the site's landmark status.
Group Turning Morton Salt Factory Into Music Venue Sees Promise In Goose Island: ‘We’re Finally Getting Some Love’
Lower rents, edgier offices, parking and outdoor spaces are a draw in a neighborhood once known for industry.
Morton Salt Factory Takes Another Step Toward Landmark Status
Developers turning the building into a music hall will keep the factory’s iconic sign, which shows a girl in a yellow rain jacket holding an umbrella.
City Council Approves Plan To Convert Morton Salt Factory Into Music Hall, Office Building
The $30 million project will generate $4.5 million in annual tax revenues, according to developers.
Morton Salt Building, The Fields Project Move Closer To City Council Approval
The city's zoning committee signed off on the major projects on Goose Island and the Logan Square/Avondale border, in addition to approving an ordinance on smoke detectors.
Learn More About Projects Along Chicago River, Including Lincoln Yards, At Thursday Webinar
The webinar will cover Lincoln Yards, the Morton Salt district, Lathrop Homes, Rockwell on the River and 1308 N. Elston Ave.
Morton Salt Building Clears Major Hurdle To Secure Landmark Status
Developers converting the old salt factory into a music venue and office space will maintain the building's iconic sign and historic brick.
Morton Salt Building Could Receive Landmark Status This Week Before Becoming Music Venue
Morton Salt’s Elston Avenue operations began in the late 1920s and ceased in 2015. Developers want protections for the building and keep the sign and other features when it's transformed into an office building and music venue.
Plan To Transform Morton Salt Building Into Riverfront Music Venue, Office Space Gets Early Approval
Other projects approved by the key city commission include an affordable housing complex in Bronzeville, a micro hotel in Fulton Market and a trail redevelopment near the Chicago History Museum in Lincoln Park.