Chicago | 40 W. Oak Street | 502 FT | 34 FLOORS


Rising roughly 502 feet, the proposal for 40 W. Oak (center) is taller than the 293-foot building at 30 W. Oak (right) but shorter than the 553-foot Newberry Plaza (far right). Lucien Lagrange Studio

A team of developers and architect Lucien Lagrange presented their vision for a 34-story condominium tower slated for the northwest corner of Oak and Dearborn streets in Chicago’s Gold Coast. Known by its address of 40 W. Oak, the beige high-rise would replace a parking ramp attached to the Warren Barr rehabilitation center.

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Nice! The design adapts quite nicely to the architectural aesthetic of the neighborhood

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wow, I almost forgot about this one. It’s been in the works for quite some time.