Construction permits have been issued for a four-story residential building at 1453 W Grand Avenue in West Town. The owner EZMB Inc. has planned five total units, in addition to a rooftop deck with stair enclosure, a trellis, a basement, and a pair of detached two- and three-car garages, each with a rooftop deck. A zoning ordinance in 2018 re-designated the property from a RT-4 Residential Two-Flat, Townhouse and Multi-Unit District to a B2-2 Neighborhood Mixed-Use District.
Articles by Jack Crawford
A zoning application was filed late last month with a revised design for the stalled 1000M skyscraper, located at 1000 S Michigan Avenue in South Loop.
Construction permits have been issued for a four-story residential building located at 2518 W Diversey Avenue in Avondale. Planned by Alverna Development, the new construction will house eight rental units. For parking, the structure will house four spaces in its basement and an additional four in two detached garages in the rear.
Exterior work has wrapped up at Parkline Chicago, a 26-story residential building located at 60 E Randolph Street in the northeast corner in The Loop. Planned by Moceri + Roszak and rising 293 feet, the new development will house 190 apartment up to the 19th floor, then 24 condominiums on the 20th to 25th floors. These residences will be priced between $1.42 million and $2.25 million.
Foundation permits have been issued for a five-story residential building located at 2212 W Lawrence Avenue in Lincoln Square. The owner, filed under Deanna Zivkovic, plans to incorporate 10 total units, as well as four surface exterior parking spaces. The new development will replace a currently vacant lot. Earlier plans were made back in 2013 to build a four-story, 23-unit, mixed-use building, though these plans appear to have been abandoned. In the process of this planning however, a zoning ordinance was passed to convert the property from Bl-1 Neighborhood Shopping District to B2-3 Neighborhood Mixed-Use District. It is unclear however if the new building will occupy the same footprint, given its smaller scope.