A new permit has been issued for a new three-story residential building located at 7754 N Sheridan Road in the Rogers Park neighborhood. The permit’s owners have been listed as Siraj Patel and plans indicate that the scope of the project will include three total units, an unfinished basement, and a detached, three-vehicle garage. This construction will be joining the existing constructions at Lakeview Pointe.
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The Chicago City Council has approved the mixed-use development planned at 210 N Morgan Street in the West Loop. The developer on the project is New Castle and they’ve brought this project to fruition with help from Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture. The multi-level building will make a striking addition to the rapidly developing neighborhood.
Permits were issued yesterday for a new residential build located at 1547 N Wieland Street in the Old Town neighborhood. The permit owner is listed as Western Development Group. The four-story development will comprised eight units and a below-grade basement parking garage. Plans show that there will be front balconies on the second through fourth stories as well as rear metal porches on all levels. There will be an outdoor stair that will extend to a rooftop deck and enclosure. The site is currently a parking lot. The developers have a twin construction at 1543 N Wieland Street.
A renovation permit was issued yesterday for interior alterations to Illinois Masonic Hospital Advance Care, which is located at 900 W Nelson Street in Lake View East. The renovations on this permit are meant to alter the existing hospital as well as enable future expansion on the site. There will be minor demolitions of select walls, ceilings, piping, as well as structural components and ductwork. These are some of the initial steps being taken in a multi-year project to convert the hospital campus.
Demolition permits have officially been issued for 3350 N Ashland Avenue in the Lake View neighborhood. YIMBY previously reported on the upcoming residential development in November 2021. The permits ensure the removal of the existing two-story masonry building to make way for a new four-story residential building with eight new units.