Construction is nearing completion on a four-story mixed-use development at 2145 S Halsted Street in Pilsen. The interior lot is located along S Halsted Street between W Cermak Road and W 21st Place. The nearest public transportation is the Route 21 CTA bus accessed at the Cermak and Halsted stop at the end of the block. The Halsted CTA L station, serviced by the Orange Line is the nearest stop, a ten-minute walk away. Vision Group Investments LLC is in charge of the development.
A partial construction permit has been issued for a four-story residential building, located in the southwest corner of Lincoln Park in the Old Town Triangle area. Filed under Sedgwick 1845 LLC, the development will also feature a roof deck, four rear balconies, and a detached two-car masonry garage. An integrated elevator is also planned, but has been slated for approval via a separate permit.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the renovation of Heiwa Terrace, an affordable senior housing complex in Uptown. Located at 920 W Lawrence Avenue, the project site is at the intersection of W Lawrence Avenue and N Sheridan Road. The Lawrence CTA L station, serviced by the Red Line, is within a six-minute walk away. Both the 81 and 151 CTA bus routes are accessible at the Sheridan and Lawrence stop, located directly adjacent to the site.
Exterior restoration work of the Old Republic Building is well underway at 307 N Michigan Avenue in the northwest corner of The Loop. Originally designed by Vitzthum & Burns and completed in 1924, the 24-story commercial office and retail building was known as the Bell building until 1956 and designated as a landmark in 2010.