St. Louis, MO
Island-living in the heart of the city
This site at the southern end of Chicago’s Goose Island is inherently unique — simultaneously apart from and a part of the city. The Greyhound development promotes inclusivity and community as it complements the surrounding urban fabric. LJC’s vision for the site establishes a plan for creating an authentic place that embraces urban diversity and responds to the needs and expectations of its diverse users. The project recognizes this is the moment to make a signature statement with this unique property – a place that’s both iconic, true to its location, and intentionally integrated with the city.
This mixed-use development will include more than 2,000 new residential units, a grocery store, 20,000 SF of retail, 60,000 SF of office, and a hotel. The center of the site will provide three acres of open public space connecting Halsted Street with a new riverwalk experience along the eastern and southern edge of the site. Integrating townhomes at the podium level helps contextualize the project with the Halsted corridor and adjacent neighborhood.