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New 10-Story Condo Tower Proposed In River North

By David Matthews | September 19, 2017 2:52pm
 The tower would replace this parking lot near Huron and Sedgwick streets.
The tower would replace this parking lot near Huron and Sedgwick streets.
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RIVER NORTH — More condos could be on deck in River North.

A venture led by Chicago-based developer Morningside Group will share plans next month for a 10-story condominium tower it wants to build at Huron and Sedgwick streets, Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) told constituents in an email Friday.

If built, the 45-unit tower would replace a parking lot at 365 W. Huron St. The project would also include 51 parking spaces, the "majority" of which would be underground, Reilly wrote.

The project would be the latest in a slew of high-rise condos underway in River North as prices rebound from the recession. Other condo towers in the neighborhood's pipeline include a 13-story tower at Huron and Dearborn, an 11-story tower near Erie and Sedgwick, and Renelle on the River, an 18-story tower next to the Trump International Hotel & Tower.

Morningside's presentation will start at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 2 in the fourth-floor Truss Room at the Godfrey Hotel, 127 W. Huron St.

Morningside representatives did not return a message seeking comment. The developer is active in the suburbs and also building Stewart School Lofts, a controversial conversion of an Uptown school closed by CPS in 2013. 

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