Structural work is well underway, with the elevator core reaching its full height at the new commercial development at 151 N Michigan Avenue in New Eastside. BJB Partners has been steadily progressing in the construction of this project, which will replace a former single-story restaurant and offer a total of 15,000 square feet of commercial space. The ground floor is set to include 5,300 square feet of retail space, divided into two or three commercial units based on demand.
Lamar Johnson Collaborative
Construction has now broken ground on 4300 W Roosevelt Road, one of the Invest South/West RFP winners. Developed by 548 Development and Related Midwest, the North Lawndale site spans 21 acres and is bounded by Roosevelt Road, and Kostner, Kildare, and Fifth Avenues.
BJB Partners is making steady progress on the construction of the new mixed-use development at 151 N Michigan Avenue in New Eastside. The central stairwell is currently nearing full height, bringing the project one step closer to its anticipated completion in 2024. The development replaces a former single-story restaurant venue and will house a total of 15,000 square feet of commercial space. The ground floor will feature 5,300 square feet of retail space, which will be split into two or three commercial units, depending on demand.
Cladding work has begun for Embry, a 15-story condominium development located at 21 N May Street in West Loop. This new 207-foot-tall residential project will be built on the site of an old, vacant lot that was once home to a smaller two-story masonry structure. The development is being planned by Sulo Development and will contain 58 units for sale.
New renderings and details have emerged for 3950-3959 N Damen Avenue in North Center, where developers Orchard Development Group and Ravine Park Partners are planning a mixed-use development spanning two blocks. As proposed, the complex would provide a mix of new apartments with affordable options (20 percent of the units for those making up to 60 percent AMI), retail space, and a 3,000-square-foot public plaza.