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.
A demolition permit has been issued for the site of 910 N Ashland Avenue in West Town. This permit allows the removal of a two-story masonry mixed-use building that formerly stood on the 2,775-square-foot lot. The property, last purchased on January 14, 1981, for $16,000, is owned by Khaled Suleiman.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a new commercial development at 1675 N Elston Avenue in West Town. Located east of the highway and near the intersection with W Wabansia Avenue, the proposal will rehab an existing two-story storage building and its adjacent vacant lot. Dubbed ‘The Outset’, the development team operating under the name of 1675 Holdings LLC have brought forward the updated proposal for the site with an undisclosed architect.
The six-story mixed-use building at 613 N Ogden Avenue in West Town continues its ascent, with the street wall now at the fourth level. Developed by Urban Edge Group, the project will yield nine residential units above ground-level retail. The plan also includes a ground-level garage for up to 11 vehicles, accompanied by an elevator.
Construction has officially completed for Inspire West Town, an eight-story mixed-use project located at 670 N May Street (previously under the address 1140 W Erie). The construction, backed by Bond Companies, is currently at the leasing stage, with the majority of the podium structure already completed.