The first phase of the Bronzeville Lakefront Project will be realized at an investment of $600 million and will involve activity on the southern end of the property. The segment will encompass the 500,000-square-foot Chicago Arc Innovation Building, which will feature Israel’s Sheeba Medical Center as its anchor, senior housing, a Bronzeville welcome center and a new park. Additionally, the Singer Pavilion, the only structure left standing from the Michael Reese complex, will undergo a repurposing. The $3 billion second phase of the Bronzeville Lakefront project at the opposite end of the site will produce medical facilities, pedestrian-oriented retail space, office square footage, additional residential buildings with mixed-income housing, a data center and open spaces.
by John Conrad | Mar 22, 2021 | Showcase 5 | 0 comments