Construction is now above grade for a three-story residential building at 2820 W Lyndale Street in Palmer Square. The developer 2820 Lyndale Real Estate LLC has planned seven residential units and seven open-air parking spaces. Other building features include a rooftop penthouse enclosure and deck, terraces on the first and second floors on the south side, and terraces along all three floors on the east side. The project is set to replace two frame single-family residences and a surrounding vacant area.
Articles by Jack Crawford
Construction permits were issued this week for a three-story residential building located at 856 N Campbell Avenue in West Town. The listed owner is 3219 N Elston LLC, with the permit’s filing description indicating three total units. Plans also consist of a rooftop deck and stair enclosure, as well as a rear deck along the first, second, and third floors. Parking will allow for a three-car garage with a separate rooftop deck on top. The new development and garage will replace a former single-story masonry residence and garage.
Structural work is complete on Emmett Street Apartments, a seven-story mixed-use building at 2614 N Emmett Street in Logan Square. The lot was previously owned by the city and occupied by a parking lot.
Multiple demolition permits have been issued for two adjacent properties at 917 and 919 S Aberdeen Street in Little Italy. MBZ Properties LLC is the listed owner, with previously issued permits indicating a three-story building with two apartment units and a basement on each lot. Parking for 919 S Aberdeen Street will include a concrete pad with two spaces, while the filing description for 917 S Aberdeen Street did not mention any on-site parking.
Demolition is wrapping up for the Aon Center Plaza renovation at 200 E Randolph Street in the northeast corner of The Loop. Located just south of the iconic 83-story Aon Center Tower, the $6.5 million improvements to the half-acre space will include a mix of soft seating, gardens, fire pits, an outdoor par, open grass space, and accessible ramps. Planned by Aon Center owner 601W Companies, the new space will lie directly across Randolph Street, and serve as a public extension to the Millennium Park area.