November 14, 1978 – Architect Harry Weese introduces his $90 million plan for Wolf Point Landings, a development that will fill “a strategic gap in the development of the city.” [Chicago Tribune, November 15, 1978] The center of the project will be the renovation of the North American Cold Storage Building with the addition of two new residential structures on a six-acre site just to the north with amenities that include a 40-boat marina, a riverside boardwalk, and a public park. The plans call for 776 owner-owned residential units in the three buildings with a total of 1,771,000 square feet of living space. Projected prices for units in the renovated cold storage building are expected to run from $55,000 to $110,000 with a completion date of 1980. Completion of the two towers, Kinzie Terrace and Wolf Tower, is expected sometime during 1981. Weese says of the project, “Wolf Point Landings is designed to fill a void, a place where you can walk to work and enjoy the environment.” Fulton House, as it is known today, is shown in the above photo as it looked in 1976 when it was the North American Cold Storage Warehouse.