Multiple construction permits have been issued for two joint residential buildings, located at 1239-41 S Fairfield Avenue in Douglas Park. The currently vacant lot, set to house both structures, is owned by East Douglas Partners LLC. Each edifice will stand three stories and house three apartment units. Landscaping for each building will include a six-foot-tall wooden fence and a three-car parking pad, for a total of six spaces.
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Construction is now complete for 110 N Wacker Drive, aka Bank of America Tower, a 56-story office skyscraper located in The Loop. The 817-foot-tall edifice secures spot number six in Chicago YIMBY’s year-end countdown of tallest new developments.
Permits have been issued for a three-story masonry building, located at 6620 S University Avenue in Woodlawn. Filed under owner Jack Properties LLC, the residential project is set to contain three total units, an additional rear steel porch and stair configuration, and a three-car concrete parking pad. The property is currently occupied by a vacant lot.
Core work has reached several floors above grade for Salesforce Tower Chicago, originally known as Wolf Point South, a 60-story office building on the River North side of the Chicago River’s confluence. Planned by Hines in partnership with the Joseph P. Kennedy Family, the skyscraper will measure 813 feet to its pinnacle, qualifying as the seventh tallest project in Chicago YIMBY’s year-end development countdown.
Construction permits have been issued for three four-story buildings to be built on a narrow plot between 711 and 749 W Schiller Avenue, located in Near North Side. The owner, filed under Schiller Place LP, plans 16 apartments and nine outdoor parking spaces for each structure. A recent zoning ordinance also shows that 50 percent of the units will qualify under Chicago Housing Authority rental assistance, 20 percent for affordable housing, and an additional 10 percent qualifying for Section 811. The remaining units will be market rate.