Initial details have been revealed for the mixed-use development at 3327 N Lincoln Avenue in Lake View. Located just south of the intersection with W Roscoe Street near the Paulina Brown Line station, the project will replace four existing buildings including the former home of beloved Dinkel’s Bakery. Now developer PCR Group has submitted a rezoning application for the Jonathan Splitt Architects designed structure.
A demolition permit has been approved for a two-story masonry multi-unit building and a detached frame garage at 1218 W Cornelia Avenue in Lake View. The structure is a pale masonry residential building, whose owner is 1218 W Cornelia LLC and whose planned replacement currently remains unknown.
A conditional construction permit has been issued for a new residential development located at 3234 N Kenmore Avenue in Lake View. The project will feature a three-story, two-unit residence complete with a basement, roof deck, enclosure and pergola, rear decks, and iron and wood fences. This new development will be replacing an existing structure, as the release of the full wrecking permit is still pending. The listed owner of the project has not been disclosed in the permit documents.
Lake View‘s Wrigley Field at 1012 W Addison Street has seen the completion of a three-story, 22,000-square-foot sportsbook betting venue. This development follows the recent repeal of the sports betting ban and reflects a trend of major stadiums initiating their own betting operations.
A third permit for the expansion of Advocate Illinois Masonic Hospital in Lake View has been approved, clearing the way for full-scale construction. The project at 900 W Nelson Street consists of two sub-phases, eventually leading to the construction of an eight-story hospital wing.