Department Of Transportation Confirms Additional 45 Miles Of Bike Lanes in 2022

The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) confirms plans to finish building nearly 100 miles of new and improved bike lanes over the next year throughout the City of Chicago. In a collaboration with the Chicago Community Cycling Network, the city will continue to work with locals to identify gaps in the current bike network system as the number of bikers increase every year.

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5200 W Chicago Avenue. Rendering by VDT and Latent Design

Committee on Design Reviews Mixed-Use Development at 5200 W Chicago Avenue in Austin

The newly-launched Committee on Design has reviewed a proposed mixed-use development at 5200 W Chicago Avenue in Austin. The property is a rectangular site fronting W Chicago Avenue. The parcel is bound by N Laramie Avenue to the east and N Latrobe Avenue to the west, with a public alley at its northern boundary. The site is currently home to the abandoned Laramie State Bank Building in addition to a series of vacant lots. Led by Heartland Housing Alliance and Oak Park Regional Housing Center, the proposal is the winning bid from the city’s Invest South/West Austin RFP.

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Site Plan for 5100 W Harrison Street. Drawing by Landon Bone Baker Architects

Zoning Approved for Community Center Development at 5100 W Harrison Street in Austin

The Zoning Board of Appeals has approved a zoning ordinance for a new community facility building at 5100 W Harrison Street in Austin. Poised to fill an entire block, the site is bounded by W Congress Parkway to the north, S Leamington Avenue to the east, W Harrison Street to the south, and S Laramie Avenue to the west. The nearest public transportation are the 7 and 57 CTA bus routes, accessed at the Harris and Leamington stop, at the corner of the site. B.U.I.L.D. Inc is the organization behind the project.

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611-613 N Central Avenue via Google Maps

Permits Filed for Two Buildings at 611-613 N Central Avenue in Austin

Permits have been filed for two adjacent two-story residential buildings at 611 and 613 N Central Avenue in Austin. The interior lots are located along N Central Avenue between W Ohio Street and W Huron Street. The nearest public transportation is the 85 CTA bus accessed at the Central and Ohio stop at the end of the block. The Central CTA L station serviced by the Green Line is the nearest stop, a six-minute walk away. The site is also within a five-minute walk of W Chicago Avenue, a busy commercial and retail corridor. Adam Zegarski is listed as the owner behind the applications, reporting the development cost as $500,000 per building.

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