Final touches can be seen for the redevelopment of the Edith Spurlock Apartment complex in Lincoln Park. With the recent unveiling of “Sheffield of Lincoln Park,” a new six-story addition providing 80 family units, the complex now contains three total buildings. Sheffield of Lincoln Park sits between two existing buildings at 2640 and 2720 N. Sheffield, both of which were originally built in 1965. The CHA and PIRHL are behind the $150 million redevelopment.
Articles by Jack Crawford
Structural work is nearing completion for the expansion at the Advocate Illinois Masonic Hospital in Lake View. Situated at 900 W Nelson Street, the new medical wing is now being constructed as a single, integrated project, encompassing what was initially planned as two distinct sub-phases.
A zoning application has been submitted for ‘The Ave’, a new mixed-use development at 3601 W Chicago Avenue in Humboldt Park. This project is part of the Invest South/West initiative and aims to redevelop a city-owned, L-shaped lot. The site currently houses the Neighborhood Housing Services building and another low-rise structure. KMW Communities, Preservation of Affordable Housing, and Community Enterprises Corporation are collaborating on this proposal for affordable housing and retail space. Originally planned as a five-story project, it has been revised to four stories to enhance cost efficiency.
As pre-leasing continues, final touches are being made to the facade of 1000 S Michigan Avenue in the South Loop. This 74-story residential project, known as 1000M, stands at 805 feet and is located opposite Grant Park. The tower has been developed by Time Equities, JK Equities, and Oak Capital, with architectural design by Jahn/ and interior design by Kara Mann Design. There will be a total of 738 apartments, ranging from studios priced at $2,075 per month to four-bedroom penthouses starting at $14,470 per month.
Home sales have surpassed the 50-percent mark for Harrison Row Townhomes, located in East Garfield Park. Led by Structured Development, under the affordable Requirements Ordinance (ARO), the program targets households earning up to 120% of the area median income. Fulfilling the ARO obligation for Structured’s Wendelin Park in Clybourn Corridor, these 40 townhomes are required to remain affordable for at least 30 years, with oversight by the Chicago Housing Trust (CHT).