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Robert A.M. Stern takes on his first Chicago project

The 67-story residential tower is being developed by Related Midwest

July 20, 2014 10:00AM

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Robert A.M. Stern and a rendering of the building proposed for Streeterville

Robert A.M. Stern and a rendering of the building proposed for Streeterville

WEEKENDEDITION Prolific New York City architect Robert A.M. Stern is undertaking his first building project ever in Chicago.

The 67-story, 500-unit luxury residential tower is being developed by Related Midwest, according to the Chicago Tribune.

However, the project is still seeking approval from the city.

While this is Stern’s first residential project in Chicago, the architect of 15 Central Park West fame designed the city’s JCDecaux bus shelters. [Chicago Tribune] Christopher Cameron

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