Permits were issued last week for the removal of a three-story commercial building located at 5813 N Milwaukee Avenue in Jefferson Park. Jane Healy has been listed as the permit owner. The existing structure is addressed as 5831 N Milwaukee Avenue and has been a Chase Bank.
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This coming Wednesday, August 24th, the Chicago Architecture Center will host a virtual event that will examine the careers and the artistry of George Healy and Louis Millet. The event will elaborate on how Healy and Millet met, as well as the start of their illustrious careers in Chicago which found them partnering with the likes of Louis Sullivan.
In a recent town hall in the 49th Ward, Alderwoman Maria Hadden updated community members on the future of the closed St. Ignatius church located at 6559 N Glenwood Avenue in Rogers Park. The church was built in 1917 and designed by noted architect Henry J Schlacks. Schlacks notably started his career in the offices of Adler & Sullivan before starting his own practice.
Permits have been issued for the upcoming Green Line CTA station located at 2001 W Lake Street in the Near West Side. YIMBY previously reported on the upcoming stop which will service the growing west side area, as well as the nearby United Center. The project has experienced several setbacks in the timeline mainly due to budgeting issues. The station was announced in 2017 and was originally planned to open in 2020.
Demolition permits were issued earlier this week to remove a two-story multi-residence and a detached garage located at 3108 N Leavitt Street in the North Center neighborhood. The owner is listed as Leavitt Street View LLC.