As Seen in The Chicago Architecture Blog
One of Chicago’s more interesting acrobatic challenges is starting to come together in the West Loop. The skyscraper known as 150 North Riverside is starting to rise from the ick that passes for dirt on the left bank of the Chicago River.
As Seen In Prairie Material
Just before 3 a.m. on Saturday, February 14, the mercury read 27°F in downtown Chicago with dropping temps and winds up to 40 mph expected as the morning progressed.
Still, it was the best weather the city had seen in days – so workers from Goebel Forming readied themselves as VCNA Prairie trucks carrying self-consolidating concrete (SCC) rolled up for the mat pour supporting a new, 54-story tower at 150 N. Riverside Drive. VIEW FULL
As Seen In Curbed Chicago
As nature sent us a very cold shoulder this Valentine’s Day, many of us enjoyed the warmth of the indoors. However, at 150 North Riverside, crews worked in the frigid temperatures from Friday evening through all of Saturday to complete the foundation mat for the future 54 story tower. VIEW FULL
As Seen In Crain’s Chicago Business
After outgrowing its Loop offices, law firm Polsinelli has a long-term home in a tower under construction in the West Loop.
The Kansas City, Mo.-based firm said it signed a 13-year lease to move to about 112,000 square feet in a riverside tower being built by Chicago developer John O’Donnell. VIEW FULL