The Chicago Plan Commission has approved two residential developments at 1405 and 1410 E 65th Place in Woodlawn. Located west of the intersection with S Blackstone Avenue near Mount Carmel High School, the two multi-unit buildings will sit across from each other replacing a pair of vacant lots in the process. Developer DOM Acquisitions LLC is working with a local architect who had to revise the previous plan in order for both structures to have a similar design language.
Construction permits have been issued for a new residential development at 6556 S Minerva Avenue in Woodlawn. The planned building will be a four-story masonry structure with nine dwelling units. The owner, Kingston DTA Group LLC, will replace a vacant lot that previously occupied the site.
Initial funding has been announced for the mixed-use development at 6300 S Cottage Grove Avenue in Woodlawncovered the plans to restore and redevelop the old Washington Park National Bank building mid-last year. Now plans for the structure located on the southwest corner of the intersection with E 63rd Street received new life thanks to city-approved funding. Developer DL3 Realty has been working on its plans for a few years now and is working with local firm bKL Architecture on this iteration.
Woodlawn Station LLC has recently obtained two permits for the construction of new residential properties located at 6340 and 6342 S Drexel Avenue in the Woodlawn neighborhood. These two separate addresses will each be a three-story, three-unit residence. The proposed development will feature second and third floor rear open decks, rear concrete patios, and rear garages (three-car for 6342 S Drexel Avenue and two-car for 6340 S Drexel Avenue).
New construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building located at 6135 S Kimbark Avenue in the Woodlawn neighborhood. The parcel is addressed as 6131 S Kimbark Avenue. The permit lists McInerney Builders as the owner of the record. Plans indicate nine total units and a detached five-car garage in the rear. Before this development, the property was occupied by a frame residence.