The Chicago City Council has approved the mixed-use development at 3262 N Clark Street in Lakeview East. Located just south of the intersection with W School Street and the recently completed Panorama development, the building will replace an existing three-story structure on the site. Developer Gold Lion Ventures is working with local firm SPACE Architects + Planners who we have seen on a variety of projects recently.
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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.
The Chicago city council has approved the mixed-use development at 357 N Green Street in the West Loop. Sitting on a unique wedged lot with N Halsted Street to the east, the site has long been vacant as it is traversed by the Kennedy Expressway on the northeast corner and is surrounded by different modes of transit. However now Canadian-developer Onni Group, who recently revealed their redesigned tower for Halsted Pointe nearby, is tackling the challenge with SCB serving as the architect and Confluence working on its landscape design.
The Chicago City Council has approved the final landmark designation for the Epworth Church at 5153 N Kenmore Avenue in Edgewater. Located south of the intersection with W Berwyn Avenue near Foster Beach, demolition efforts last year by a developer trying to construct residential on the site set-off the landmark process. Now the City Council has officially protected the structure which does not close it off to redevelopment opportunities.
The Chicago City Council has approved the commercial development at 1675 N Elston Avenue in West Town. Located near the intersection with W Wabansia Avenue and near both Lincoln Yards and the Salt Shed, the project will reuse an existing storage building and adjacent vacant lot. Called ‘The Outset’, the music venue is being developed by a team under the name 1675 Holdings LLC with an undisclosed architect.