The developer’s original plans in 2014 called for three skyscrapers on the site, but that eventually changed.
By 2018, the developers behind the project — called No. 2 Opus Place — said they had pre-sold dozens of units, for the planned 53-story building.
Now, the developer has called upon commercial real estate company Cushman & Wakefield to help sell about half the land around the slated main tower on the four-acre site. A representative with Cushman & Wakefield told the Business Chronicle that they could not comment.
But, as the paper notes, the site is expected to draw a lot of attention, given its prime location as one of the only sizable plots of land in Midtown still available for development.
Completion of the main tower, with about 200 planned united, was originally slated for 2020. Despite a number of delays and changes in the plans, luxury brokerage company Berkshire Hathaway continues to pre-sell condos in the tower, ranging in price from $600,000 to $12 million for the property's penthouse.
The property sits across from the Four Seasons Hotel. Chicago-based architecture firm, Perkins+Will, is designing the tower.