Marquette Companies is seeking approval to bring 500 apartment units to the western edge of Chicago Fulton Market District.
Curbed Chicago reports that the developer has submitted its application to the Chicago City Clerk for the proposed development.
The largest building would rise 21 stories at the former site of the BellyQ and Urbanbelly restaurants at 1400 W. Randolph St. The transit-oriented structure includes 252 apartments, 67 parking spaces, and ground floor retail and tops out at roughly 223 feet.
The developer also wants to redevelop a low-rise warehouse building and parking lot at 1440 W. Randolph St. across from Union Park. It plans to construct two six- and eight-story apartment buildings containing a combined 260 rental units and 52 parking spaces.