Onni receives approval for revised Phase 1 at Halsted Pointe
The Chicago Department of Planning and Development recently granted Onni Group site plan approval and a minor change request for the first phase of Halsted Pointe. Initially approved back in late summer 2021, the development will replace the current Greyhound Bus facility at 901 N. Halsted on the southern tip of Goose Island. After demolition permits were issued in May, the site has been cleared in preparation for the new development.
Designed by Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture, the original plan for the first phase called for a 46-story tower rising 504 feet. The revised scheme will include a minor haircut from the planned 504 feet down to 497 feet. The 460 residential units and 200 parking spaces will remain while the 20,000 square feet of retail has been solidified at a slightly lower 18,900 square feet.
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