A caisson permit has been issued for a new 10-story mid-rise, known as 43Green, located at 4308 S Calumet Avenue in Bronzeville. This mixed-use development, co-planned by The Habitat Company and P3 Markets, will offer 5,000 square feet of commercial space, along with 99 apartments on the above floors. Of these units, 50 will be designated as the affordable, while the remaining residences will be market rate. Layouts range from studios up through two-bedrooms.
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Yesterday, the renovated plaza officially opened at the base of the 83-story Aon Center, located at the 200 E Randolph Street address in New Eastside. Owner 601W Companies overhauled the half-acre outdoor venue as part of a larger effort to modernize the iconic 1,136-foot supertall, whose eventual plans will include an observatory, thrill ride, and glass elevator.
Construction has been approved for two nearly identical residential buildings at 4645-47 N Clark Street in Uptown. Clark Estate LLC is the developer behind the four-story twin edifices, which will yield a total of six units, according to the approved permits. The new construction is set to replace two two-story buildings, which were demolished early 2020.
This week, Chicago YIMBY stopped by the newly renovated outdoor terrace behind the Michigan Plaza office complex, which occupies two international-style buildings at 205 and 225 N Michigan Avenue in New Eastside. The roughly one-acre venue will connect to the now offer various activities, such as a putting green, a fire pit, a bocce court, and a bar. Prior to construction, the parcel offered an open plaza space with much sparser vegetation and seating.
Construction permits have now been approved for a three-story, three-unit residential development planned for Woodlawn‘s 6506 S Ingleside Avenue. The listed owner, GA Roslyn LLC, also plans for a three-story rear metal stairs and covered porch, as well as a three-car rear parking pad. The new construction will be adjacent to a second building located at 6508 S Ingleside Avenue, also planned by GA Roslyn LLC. Both structures will replace a vacant grass parcel.