The Halsted Street Gateway Building is a mixed-use redevelopment
of vacant public-right-of-way and the renovation of an existing
public housing high-rise residential building. The new five story
commercial and residential building serves as a gateway into Chicagos
north-side neighborhoods. The building and public corner plaza support
neighborhood retail services as well as a variety of residential
and office uses. The building materials and scale reflect surrounding
building styles and materials. Also, a neighboring public housing
high-rise is renovated into a mixed income residential building
with market rate amenities, including a sky terrace, glass elevators
and Chicago style bay windows.
Sonoc Architects provided site analysis diagrams, planning/design
concepts, and final architectural drawings illustrating the design,
materials, and project scope.