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31 Aug 2022

Demolition Permit Issued for 350 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market District

Demolition Permit Issued for 350 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market District

A demolition permit has now been issued for the 18-story mixed-use high rise at 350 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market. Developed by Sterling Bay, the 288-foot-tall project is set to yield 505,000 square feet of programming, consisting of primarily class A offices and a supplementary 15,000 square feet of programming. Built to accommodate open, creative office layouts, the tower will provide its tenants with 30,000 to 45,000-square-foot floor plates.

The contemporary design by Skidmore Owings & Merrill revolves around a massing made from offset stacked rectangular volumes. This shape will allow for expansive outdoor terrace space while creating a unique silhouette for the rapidly emerging Fulton Market skyline. The glossy facade will consist of a floor-to-ceiling window wall system lined with gray metal mullions.

Tenants will have access to private outdoor terraces on most levels, as well as a swath of amenities. There will be a full fitness center with folding windows, various co-working spaces, tenant lounges, a bar, rooftop deck, and an integrated three-story atrium with seating nooks and a large south-facing window.

Those commuting by car will have access to a 142-vehicle garage. Public rail access includes CTA Green and Pink Line service at the Morgan station via a two-minute walk southwest, while bus service can be found for CTA Routes 8 and 65 each within a five-minute walk.

Atlas Industries is serving as the demolition contractor for the occupying industrial low rise. Completion is expected for 2024.

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