Since Chicago YIMBY’s coverage on the project last month, the tower crane has been installed for Onni Development Group‘s 354 N Union Avenue, a 32-story high rise now underway in Fulton River District. The residential development will yield a total of 373 apartments that range from studios to two-bedrooms for the typical layouts, and two- and three-bedrooms for the penthouse offerings.
The Chicago Committee on Zoning has approved rezoning for a new residential development at 547 W Oak Street in Near North Side. Developer Brinshore-Michaels Development, LLC is teaming up with Pappageorge Haymes Architects to bring a new apartment building to an empty lot at the corner of W Oak Street and N Larrabee Street. Located on the south end of the former Cabrini-Green area, the project will benefit from being located near the new Halsted Pointe development and Sterling Bay’s recently renovated 600 West Chicago Avenue.
Plans have been revealed for a new mixed-use development at 3601 N California Avenue in Irving Park. Developer Lexington Homes has partnered up with architects Pappageorge Haymes to bring a total of 357 units to the former seven-acre home of DePaul College Prep along the north branch of the Chicago River. Bound by N California Avenue to the west and W Addison Street to the south, the existing campus will be demolished and replaced with an apartment building and 88 townhomes.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a residential development at 7401 W Everell Avenue in Norwood Park. Located on an empty lot squeezed between two assisted living facilities and the running track of Resurrection College Prep High School, developer Lexington Homes, LLC has partnered up with Pappageorge Haymes to bring 50 single-family homes to the 7.5-acre site.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a mixed-use development at 1227 W Washington Boulevard in West Loop. Nestled in between two existing brick buildings housing a Goodwill store and various dental offices, the building’s main entrance will face W Washington Boulevard and be a five-minute walk from the McDonald’s global headquarters on W Randolph Street. The $100 million project is being developed by DAC Developments, LLC and designed by Pappageorge Haymes.