FitzGerald Associates Architects Begins Work on Former North Pier Terminal Adaptive Reuse

FitzGerald has begun work on plans for the adaptive reuse of the former North Pier Terminal for Group Fox Property Management.
Originally constructed in 1905 as the Pugh Terminal Warehouse, the 547,000 square foot building was converted in 1990 to office and retail uses. Current tenants include Fox & Obel, Quay restaurant, and the River East Art Center. The six-story building in Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood is over 625 feet long and features building-length frontage on, and access to, the Ogden Slip. Group Fox acquired the building earlier this year, and along with FitzGerald’s design team is planning a mixed-use redevelopment of the property to include apartments, restaurants, retail, and office uses.