Revised plans have been revealed for the residential development at 2429 W Fullerton Avenue in Logan Square. Located on the intersection with N Campbell Avenue near the border with Bucktown, the project will be replacing a vacant lot across the street from a shopping plaza. Developer SNS Realty Group is behind the proposal which is being designed by RED Architects.
Initial renderings have been revealed for the remodel of the Logan Square CTA Blue Line station at 2620 N Milwaukee Avenue. Located on the intersection with N Kedzie Avenue across the street from the famed square, the multi-exit station is set to receive its first major renovation in its 50-year history. The project is being led by Chicago Transit Authority and the Chicago Department of Transportation who are working local-form Jacobs Engineering on its design.
A groundbreaking has been held for the residential development at 1805 N Hamlin Avenue in Logan Square. The project is located right off of the westernmost edge of the 606 trail and replaces a no-demolished one-story masonry building, dubbed ‘Encuentro Square’, it will be split into multiple phases with public parkland as well. In attendance were members of developer Latin United Community Housing Association (LUCHA) who worked with Canopy Architecture and Site Design Group on the buildings.
Plans have been revealed for a new residential development at 1815 N California Avenue in Logan Square. Located at the southernmost edge of the neighborhood near the intersection with W Cortland Street, the vacant lot sits a few steps away from the 606 trail. The development is being led by Stanislaw Chodak and Wes Khan who are working with Hanna Architects on the design.
An alteration and renovation permit has been approved for an existing property at 2619 N Kimball Avenue in the Logan Square neighborhood. The project will convert the four-unit residential apartment building into a five-unit building, with an additional dwelling unit in the front basement. The project’s owner is David Payne.