The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a 47-story mixed-use tower, located at 640 W Washington Boulevard in West Loop Gate. The site is located along W Washington Boulevard, bound by the Kennedy Expressway to the…
Articles by Lukas Kugler
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the 8.1-acre North Union megadevelopment in the Near North Side. Generally bounded by the CTA Brown Line tracks and W Oak Street, W Chestnut Street, and N Wells Street, the North Union site will spread across eight acres. Planned by JDL Development, the project site is currently occupied by one or two story buildings, parking lots and an athletic field, all part of the Moody Bible Institute campus. The entire plan reserves 9.4 acres for Moody Bible Institute while turning over the remaining 8.1 acres over to JDL.
Renderings have been revealed for an expected mixed-use development at 4137 S Cottage Grove Avenue in Bronzeville. Fronting S Cottage Grove Avenue, the project site spans from E Bowen Avenue to E 42nd Street. DOM Properties Investment is the developer behind the project.
Renderings have been revealed for The Invert Chicago, a subsurface business development located at 11118 S Buffalo Avenue in East Side. Located east of the Calumet River, the site spans 140 acres, encompassing land vacated decades ago by the local steel industry. The Invert Chicago, using the same name, is the developer behind the vision.
Renderings have been revealed for an updated development proposal at 1150 W Lake Street in West Loop. Flanking W Lake Street, the project scope includes two properties. The southern property is L-shaped, bound by W Lake Street, N May Street, W Randolph Street, and N Racine Avenue, with two buildings at the corner of W Randolph Street and N Racine Avenue not included in this parcel. The northern lot is bound by W Lake Street, N May Street, N Racine Avenue, and a public alley. Formerly the site of Amylu Foods, the new construction will demolish existing buildings on the southern portion and replace the vacant lot within the northern portion. LG Development Group is the developer behind the proposal.