A construction permit has been issued for a new residential development located at 2020 W Webster Avenue in the Bucktown neighborhood. The four-story building will feature six dwelling units and a basement level. The project will replace what was previously an unoccupied plot of land. The listed owner for the project is Development Group LLC – Bucktown Branch.
With a full renovation permit now issued, Vienna Beef has kicked off a major new initiative at 2501 N Damen Avenue in Bucktown. Unofficially listed as 2409 N Elston Avenue in the permit, the $20 million redevelopment project will revamp the site the company had occupied for over 40 years before its closure in 2020. Previously, there were failed plans to replace the property with a Drive Shack driving range.
Plans have been revealed for the residential development at 2120 W Webster Avenue in Bucktown. Located on the northeast corner of the intersection with N Hamilton Street, the new structure will replace a surface parking lot on the campus of the St Hedwig Catholic Church. Developer DLA Piper is working with local firm SPACE Architects + Planners on its design.
The City of Chicago has announced its plans to proceed with the extension of the 606 trail in Bucktown. The extension will only be a portion of the greater planned expansion that will take the trail into the Lincoln Yards megadevelopment, near which we saw another two residential buildings proposed earlier this week. The Chicago Department of Transportation is leading the work with an unannounced design team already working on plans.
The Chicago City Council has approved a mixed-use development at 1870 N Milwaukee Avenue in Bucktown. Located on the southwestern most corner of the neighborhood just north of the intersection with N Oakley Avenue, the project will replace a vacant lot bound by CTA tracks in the rear. The team at Peerless Development is behind the proposal and is working with local design firm SPACE Architects + Planners on the low-rise.