No renderings yet, but Curbed has a good summary of last night's meeting:
JDL President James Letchinger spoke at length about the proposal, which calls for a total of 776 rental units with high-end finishes. The 625-unit south building, the taller of the pair, will rise to a height of 315 feet and contain 479 parking spaces. The north tower will be around nine stories and house 151 units and 78 parking spots. [...]There's a lot more in the article -- read it here.
Some other tidbits worth passing along: Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture, which also designed 3740 N. Halsted, has been commissioned to design the project. And while no renderings were released, the developer has promised truly distinct architecture for the site. To mitigate traffic impacts, an internal driveway spanning the length of the site has been incorporated into the plans. Twenty-percent of the units will be set aside for affordable housing. Studios will be priced around $1300/month, and one-bedrooms are in the range of $1600/month. The developer will be seeking TIF funds to finance the project. Naturally. As for the timeline, it could take 18-19 months once construction begins.
Update: To put the height into perspective, Park Place Tower, at 655 W Irving Park, is 531 feet tall. The taller proposed tower here is 315 feet tall. We like it!