As Bally's moves forward with its plan to build a 30-acre, $1.7B casino-hotel complex at a River North site housing the Chicago Tribune's printing plant, a Canada-based developer is planning a riverfront mega-project down the street.

Onni Group has unveiled renderings for a $1.1B project called Halsted Landing, which aims to build four towers including 2,500 apartments, as well as retail, an amphitheater and a water taxi stop, Crain's reported.

The project would be built in three phases, with the first phase including two residential towers encompassing a total of 688 units, of which 190 would be designated as affordable, the report said.

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