Developer talks 9th and State apartments
04/25/2012 10:00 PM
A developer planning a 39-story apartment tower in the South Loop at the intersection of 9th and State Streets presented its plans to a community group last week.
Golub & Company, owner of the site thatís now a parking lot abutting the CTA Green and Orange line tracks, showed off the tower at a meeting of South Loop Neighbors.
The building will have a four-story base thatíll stretch from 9th south to the existing Hilti parking garage.
From the middle of that will spring the full 400-foot, 39-story tower.
Inside, the building will have roughly 392 residential units, with 241 parking spaces and 9,500 square feet of retail space.
Loading docks for the site and entrances to the garage will be off Holden Court, under the ĎLí tracks.
Golub said they expect to bring a more complete version of the project to the city council later this year.
This article has been corrected to reflect that that the building will reach south to the Hilti parking garage, not the Burnham Animal Hospital building further south.