Plans have been revealed for a mixed-use development at 3305 W Division Street in Humboldt Park. Located on the southwest corner with N Spaulding Avenue, the new project will replace a two-story structure that most recently held a Spanish church with a small parking lot. The proposal is being led by LUCHA and Full Circle Communities, with local architecture firm DesignBridge working on its design.
A ribbon cutting ceremony has been held for the mixed-use redevelopment of the old Covent Hotel at 2653 N Clark Street in Lincoln Park. Sitting on the corner with W Drummond Place, the project is the first phase of a larger development that includes the lot in the rear. The work was led by the NHP Foundation and Drummond Development with local firm Weese Langley Weese Architects working on its design.
Facade work has commenced at the Pedro Albizu Campos Apartments, a mixed-use development located at 1203 N California Avenue in Humboldt Park. This nine-story, 83,000-square-foot building, dedicated to Puerto Rican activist Pedro Albizu Campos, stands across from the Humboldt Park grounds on a site previously occupied by an empty lot. The Hispanic Housing Development Corporation (HHDC) is leading the project, with Pappageorge Haymes as the architect and Path Construction as the general contractor.
Initial funding has been announced for the mixed-use development at 835 W Addison Street in Lakeview East. Sitting near the intersection with N Halsted Street, it is across the street from the local Chicago Police Department station which is currently housing a large number of migrants. The project is being led by the Lakeview Lutheran Church and the Over The Rainbow Association, with architecture firm Weese Langley Weese working on its design.
The Chicago Housing Authority has advanced the first phase of the LeClaire Courts redevelopment at 4458 S Cicero Avenue in Garfield Ridge. Located on the intersection with W 45th Street, the new project replaces the massive vacant lot once home to a public housing project. Developed by The Habitat Company and Cabrera Capital Partners, the SCB-designed complex will sit next to the new Cultivate Collective community hub.