Permits Issued For 1630 S Wabash Avenue In The South Loop

Site of 1630 S Wabash Avenue, via Google MapsSite of 1630 S Wabash Avenue, via Google Maps

The City of Chicago has issued construction permits for 1630 S Wabash Avenue, a 12-story residential building in the South Loop. Permits were issued on December 5, after a 188-day review period.

The project, with an estimated budget of $17,132,115, is planned to house 149 dwelling units when complete. Additionally, the project will offer 105 parking spaces across its first and second floors, along with a ground floor commercial space.
Architect David Haymes is leading the design of the project. Brandts Build LLC, based in Glen Ellyn, IL, will serve as the general contractor. Masonry work is planned to be executed by McHugh Concrete Construction.
Permitting fees totaled $61,923.93 for 1630 S Wabash Avenue. When complete, residents will be located steps from bus stops for Routes 1, 3, 4, X4, 12, 29, and 62. Beyond that, the Roosevelt CTA Station, which services the Green, Orange, and Red Lines, will be located a 12-minute walk to the north of the property.

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