The Zoning Board of Appeals has approved zoning ordinances for a new four-story mixed-use building at 1839 W Irving Park Road in North Center. The site is an interior lot along W Irving Park Road, between N Wolcott Avenue and N Ravenswood Avenue. The Irving Park CTA L station, serviced by the Brown Line, is a two-minute walk away. Derrig 1839 Irving LLC, likely an LLC for Derrig Management, is behind the development of the project.
Articles by Lukas Kugler
Zoning has been approved for a new commercial development at 1200 W Carroll Avenue in the West Loop. The site is located along W Carroll Avenue, between N Racine Avenue and N Elizabeth Street, taking up most of the block on the northern side of the street. The northern edge of the site is bounded by the Metra tracks. The Morgan CTA L station, serviced by the Green and Pink Lines, is an eight-minute walk away. Sterling Bay is in charge of the development of the project.
Zoning has been approved for an adaptive reuse development at 4601 S Ellis Avenue in Kenwood. Located at the intersection of S Ellis Avenue and E 46th Street, the project encompasses an existing church building on the corner lot. The nearest public transportation is the CTA Route 47, accessed at the 47th Street and Ellis bus stop, a two-minute walk away. 4611 S Ellis LLC is in developing the project.
Zoning has been approved for a new 15-story residential development at 19 N May Street in the West Loop. Located on an interior lot along N May Street, the site sits between W Madison Street and W Washington Boulevard. The nearest public transportation is CTA Route 20 accessed at the Madison and Aberdeen bus stop, a two-minute walk away. The Morgan CTA L station, serviced by the Green and Pink Lines, is a nine-minute walk away. Sulo Development is developing the project.
Window installation has begun at Cunningham Hall, a nine-story residential building originally designed in 1955 by famous German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Located at 3100 S Michigan Avenue on the northeastern edge of the main campus in Bronzeville, the structure was built by Mies van der Rohe as part of his campus plan and used as on-campus apartments. The nearest CTA L station is the 35th-Bronzeville-IIT stop, serviced by the Green Line, a five-minute walk away. You can catch the 31, 1, or 4 CTA bus at the corner of E 31st Street and S Michigan Avenue, steps from the property. Illinois Institute of Technology is listed as the owner behind the applications.