A demolition permit was issued on Tuesday to remove a vacant two-story frame building located at 6642 S Michigan Avenue in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood. KFL Enterprises is serving as the demolition contractor. No permits or plans for a future build have been submitted at the time of this writing.
Articles by Bee Ricketts
A permit was issued this week for a new two-story residential building located at 6341 S Langley Avenue in the Woodlawn neighborhood. Tom McNamara is listed as the owner of the proposed project. The build details two total dwelling units, a roof deck, a fenced-in yard, and a two-vehicle garage. The lot is currently vacant.
A demolition permit was issued to remove a two-story frame building located at 7946 S Parnell Avenue in the Chatham neighborhood. Very few details have emerged as to any plans for future development. KLF Enterprises will be serving as the demolition contractor for the building.
The Mayor’s office announced via press release a new affordable housing project located at 1801 S Wabash Avenue in the Near South Side at the corner of S Wabash Avenue and E 18th Street. According to the release, The Department of Housing has approved the $21 million bond for the new project which will reportedly consist of a gut rehab of a Single-Room Occupancy (SRO) building.
Demolition permits were issued to remove a two-story frame residence along with a detached frame garage located at 2247 W Cullom Avenue in North Center. The permit’s owner is listed as PFH Homes.