April 1, 2019
Dennis Rodkin | Crain's Chicago Business
First on the Lincoln Common site to open is the southern apartment tower, which like its neighbor has 269 apartments in its 20 stories. The buildings' height and siting give many of the apartments and their top-floor indoor and outdoor amenity spaces dazzling views across a low-rise swath of the city to a panorama of downtown skyline. From above the first several floors, east views include Lake Michigan. On the west, "you can see until the city runs out," McCaffery said. The architects at SOM designed the apartment buildings with expanses of glass that "put all of...
April 1, 2019
The first rental building in the Lincoln Common development opened Monday on the site of the old Children’s Memorial Hospital in Lincoln Park. The 20-story apartment building from McCaffery Interests and Hines will be joined in a few weeks by a nearly identical rental building in the mixed-use development. A seven-story condo building is expected to break ground soon in the development, which also will include a six-story office building, a senior living facility and more than 100,000 square feet of office and retail space.
March 19, 2019
Mark Belko | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
McCaffery Interests has given the go-ahead to contractor PJ Dick to begin work, with construction expected to start this week, said Pamela Austin, senior project manager of development. “We’re just very excited to get going. It’s been awhile. We think it’s going to be really important for the Smallman Street area to get these done,” she said.
March 12, 2019
The Real Deal
The California-based firm is taking 48,000 square feet across two floors in the newly-opened McCaffery Interests building at 1201 West Lake Street, according to Crain’s.
March 12, 2019
Danny Ecker | Crain's Chicago Business
Chicago developer McCaffery Interests is the winner with ServiceNow, which is the biggest signed tenant to date at the 150,000 square-foot building McCaffery built on speculation, or without any tenants signed. That bold move was a bet on future corporate demand in the Fulton Market District, which is turning from a gritty meatpacking district into a hotbed of offices, hotels, restaurants and entertainment. ServiceNow "wanted to be a big fish in a smallish pond, and this is the place for them to stand out in the marketplace," said McCaffery Senior Managing Director Clayton...
March 7, 2019
Connect Chicago Commercial Real Estate News
Twelve01West, McCaffery Interests’ Class A office development in the Fulton Market District, is substantially complete, general contractor W.E. O’Neil Construction said. The 147,000-square-foot project at 1201 W. Lake St. is reportedly the first in Fulton Market to receive a Wired Silver certification from WiredScore. The New York-based WiredScore, which devised an international rating system for technological capacity in commercial properties, expanded to Chicago last spring.
March 6, 2019
Staff Writer | RE Journals
Hines and McCaffery Interests, the developers of Lincoln Common, selected Chicago-based ZWA to act as the architect of record on the new Equinox, which will be located at 2355 N. Lincoln Avenue. The facility will be housed within a complex which includes two, 20-story residential towers, a six-story office building, as well as retail in what will be Lincoln Park’s largest retail development.
March 6, 2019
Staff Writer | RE Journals
The 147,000-square-foot building recently received a Wired Silver certification from WiredScore as a champion of cutting-edge technology and connectivity infrastructure to allow flexibility for future office tenants. This is the first building in Chicago’s Fulton Market District to receive a Wired Silver certification.
March 5, 2019
Brian Rogal | Bisnow Chicago
Twelve01West, a seven-story, 135K SF Class-A office and retail development at 1201 West Lake St., has secured WiredScore certification at the Silver level for best-in-class connectivity and digital infrastructure.
March 1, 2019
Mauricio Peña | Block Club Chicago
“It’s a modern, upscale version of the General Store. It’s version two of what we already do," owner Michael Salvatore said.


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