Located at 1754 N. Clark Street., bKL’s design for the Giordano Dance Company was recently approved by the Chicago Plan Commission!
Chicago Magazine’s “Best of 2017: Building Preservation and Restoration Projects Worth Cheering” features the redevelopment of Lathrop Homes. bKL is proud to be part of such an important project in Chicago’s history.
A dedication ceremony was held on December 14 for the future Upper School of GEMS World Academy, designed by bKL. As part of the ceremony, current GEMS students wrote their hopes and dreams for the future school, which were then added to the building’s foundation.
The Chicago office of CTBUH toured bKL designed Wolf Point West as part of their year end celebration. The tour included visiting the tower’s rooftop, enjoying views of the Chicago River and skyline, and exploring amenity floors and model units. Thank you to bKL’s Carl Moskus and Michael Karlovitz for leading the tour with Wolf Point West’s Jillian DiCola.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has released updated renderings of bKL’s Shenzhen Tower.
Building Up Chicago has shared new construction photos of Vista Tower, a Studio Gang Architects and bKL collaboration, highlighting its current construction status.
Urban Toronto has revealed bKL’s design for a 64-story tower at Yonge and Wellesley in Toronto.
bKL’s Wolf Point West is showcased in WTTW’s The Chicago River Tour with Geoffrey Baer, highlighting the history of “the river that gave birth to Chicago.” The 500-foot-tall Wolf Point West residential project rises 48 stories from the banks of the converging north, south and east branches of the Chicago River, as displayed in the website and videos below.
Curbed Chicago unveils bKL’s proposed design for the Giordano Dance Company, located at 1754 N. Clark Street.