The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a mixed-use development located at 914 W 63rd Street in Englewood. The development, planned by DL3 Realty, has been dubbed Englewood Thrive and has been designed as an affordable development that will be located at the corner of W 63rd Street and W 63rd Parkway.
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In a press conference on Wednesday, it was revealed that the state has reached an agreement with Google for the sale of the famed Thompson Center. Google will buy the entire building for $105 million following renovation by other organizations and the Thompson Center will be redeveloped as an office suite for Google’s workforce. Google welcomed its workforce back to offices in April and has expressed plans to add thousands more workers.
A demolition permit was issued earlier this week for a two-story multi-unit building located at 2713 S Union Avenue in the Bridgeport neighborhood. The owners have been listed as Nicholas and Samantha Chin. At the time of this writing, no plans have been submitted to upgrade any of the zoning designations for this property and there are no pending permits for any future constructions.
On Monday, the Mayor’s office announced new proposals for renovations of Soldier Field. These proposals come as a result of the findings and recommendations of the Mayor’s Museum Campus Working Group. YIMBY recently reported on the Museum Campus Working Group’s published report, Where Worlds Connect, which details the scope of the plan to update the Museum Campus.
Permits have been issued to remove an existing three-story multi-unit residential building at 1500 N Wieland Street in Old Town. NER Holdings is listed as the permit owner. New construction permits have been issued and plans have been revealed for a four-story, seven-unit elevator building at the site. The upcoming build will include a three-car garage and a five-foot-tall masonry screen wall. The building will have a brick composition.