A construction permit has been granted for a mixed-use development at 1718 S Halsted Street in the northeast corner of Pilsen. The project, listed under the owner name 1700 Property LLC, will feature a four-story building with twelve residential units and ground-floor retail space. The parcel currently sits vacant with vegetation overgrowth.
Articles by Jack Crawford
Structural work advances in the Near North Side for two adjacent towers at 868 N Wells Street and 920 N Wells Street. The projects are part of the sprawling North Union megadevelopment, a $1.3 billion master plan that will eventually occupy 2.9 million square feet of space. Both towers are being developed by JDL, designed by Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture, and constructed by Power Construction.
A construction permit for a new residential development located at 1622 S Wood Street in the Heart of Chicago neighborhood has been granted. The project will feature a four-story building with eight dwelling units, a basement, a rooftop deck, rooftop stair enclosures, a three-vehicle garage and four exterior parking spaces on a concrete pad.
Construction has reached its pinnacle for 225 N Elizabeth Street, a new 28-story high rise in Fulton Market. Taking shape on what was formerly the two-story Krueger Sausage Factory at the corner of Fulton and Elizabeth Streets, this mixed-use project is a collaborative effort between Sterling Bay and Ascentris.
The city has issued a demolition permit for a property at 1404 North Park Avenue in the Old Town neighborhood. The property, owned by the Catherine Cook School, houses a two-story residential building and a detached frame garage, both slated for removal.