WEST LOOP — A prominent West Loop developer will pitch plans for a new 13-story office building in Fulton Market Wednesday night.
Sterling Bay aims to develop the 186-foot tall building at West Lake and North Carpenter streets in the West Loop. The developer will present plans to the community at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Merit School of Music, 38 S. Peoria St.
Under the plans, the 210 N. Carpenter project would include street-level retail and 94 parking spaces, according to city records. The site is located one block west of the CTA's Morgan "L" stop.
The developer filed to reclassify the site's zoning from C1-2 Neighborhood Commercial District to DX-5 Mixed-Use District in September, city records show.
If all goes well, Sterling Bay hopes to open the new building by early 2018, according to the developer's website.
Sterling Bay is also overseeing the development of the new McDonald's corporate headquarters and previously redeveloped the former Fulton Market Cold Storage building into 1K Fulton, home to Google's Chicago headquarters.
Developer Sterling Bay plans to build an office building at 210 N. Carpenter St. in the West Loop. [Sterling Bay]
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