A permit was issued yesterday for a new five-story mixed-use masonry building located at 4010 N Lincoln Avenue in the North Center neighborhood. The owner is listed as Sewickley, LLC. The new construction is slated to feature 24 residential units and one commercial space. There will be an attached 10-vehicle garage on the ground floor and a rooftop deck. The building will replace a vacant lot.
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A demolition permit was issued last week to remove a three-story masonry residence located at 1844 N Maud Avenue in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as 1840-44 N Maud LLC. Plans have been submitted for a three-story single-family residence with a basement. The structure will have a rooftop deck, a rear deck, and an attached two-car garage at the rear. This garage will also have its own rooftop deck.
Permits were issued yesterday for a new three-story residential building at 855 N Paulina Street in West Town. The lot is currently occupied by a two-story masonry residence. The permit owner is listed as The Alverna Group, LLC and plans indicate that the scope of the project will include three total units, a basement level, a rooftop deck with an enclosed staircase, and a detached three-car garage with its own rooftop deck.
Permits were issued yesterday for a new three-story residential building located at 3146 S Shields Avenue in the Armour Square neighborhood. Henry Tam is listed as the permit owner. Plans indicate that the scope of the project will include the construction of three total units with a basement level. The building will have an exposed rear staircase accessible on all levels. There will also be a three-car parking pad. A permit has been submitted to remove the current structure though it has yet to be issued.
The full building permit has finally been issued for 1000 S Michigan Avenue. As previously reported, the building will be a 73-story residential development, known affectionately as ‘1000M‘, and is being developed by Time Equities and JK Equities in South Loop. The building itself was designed by the late Helmut Jahn and plans indicate 738 total dwelling units, along with 320 on-site parking spaces. The units will be split into four tiers of design and will vary in size and amenities as the floors ascend. Future residents will have access to nearly 75,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space.