CHICAGO | 344 North Canal Street | 375 FT | 33 FLOORS

A rendering of 344 N. Canal Street shows a contemporary glass tower with an angled stack of bay windows at its southeast corner.

A plan to demolish the old Cassidy Tire building at 344 N. Canal Street and replace the nearly 120-year-old warehouse with a shiny apartment tower is ready to move forward. Developer The Habitat Company and Chicago-based architecture firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz envision a 33-story building with 343 apartments and 124 parking spaces at the Fulton River District site, according to an email form Alderman Brendan Reilly (42nd).

December 2019 rendering of 344 North Canal

Location of 344 North Canal (basemap via Apple Maps)

https://www.chicagoarchitecture.org/2020/05/17/fulton-river-district-skyscraper-proposal-moves-for-approval/

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Sad to lose Cassidy Tire, but this area is definitely underutilized with its proximity to everything. How can we lower the number of parking spaces that developers are building… I am not really liking this trend for Chicago

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