Situated at 350 N Canal Street in Fulton River District, the mixed-use “Cassidy on Canal” can be seen undergoing facade work. Now at roughly the two-thirds mark, this 33-floor development is a collaboration between The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC. Currently at the 14th level, the project offers both retail and residential spaces.
Articles by Jack Crawford
A construction permit has been greenlit for outdoor upgrades to the Benjamin E. Mays Elementary Academy at 6656 S Normal Boulevard in Englewood. The project, owned by the city, is expected to provide an array of exterior improvements including a new play lot, artificial turf field, stormwater management, and additional landscaping.
Dearborn Station, also known as Polk Street Depot, is one of the remaining central stations in Chicago. This Printer’s Row passenger hub was once notably taller, featuring a distinctive steep pitched roof. In this seventh Lost Legends article, we will discuss the changes in the station over its 140-year history, including the fire that resulted in the loss of the additional structure.
Construction at 5251 N Kedzie Avenue in North Park has received approval for a full building permit that was filed by Chicago Kedzie Self Storage LLC. This five-story, climate-controlled structure will replace what is currently a vacant lot.
Preliminary facade work can be seen at North Wells Capital’s 16-story, mixed-use building located at 311 W Huron Street in River North. This structure, which now stands 226 feet tall, is primarily designated for office spaces, with Spins set to occupy 48,000 square feet within the top three floors.