New renderings and details have been revealed for the nearly complete redevelopment of the Ramova Theater at 3518 S Halsted Street in Bridgeport. Located just south of the intersection with W 35th Street, plans for its remodel have been in the works for over four years and broke ground back in 2021. The development is being led by Baum Revisions, who is also working on the Congress Theater, and Our Revival Chicago.
The City of Chicago has issued a construction permit for a new mixed-use building located at 3122 S Morgan Street in Bridgeport. The permit, granted to owner Martin Zhao, authorizes the establishment of a three-story masonry structure, which will house one commercial unit and two residential units, in addition to a trash enclosure.
Initial details have been revealed for the residential development at 500-510 W Pershing Road in Bridgeport. Located on the northwest corner of the intersection with S Normal Avenue, the new proposal would replace a large vacant lot on the southernmost edge of the neighborhood. Developer William J Barbarois is listed on the zoning application who is working with local architecture firm 360 Design Studio.
Initial details have been revealed for the potential redevelopment of the former People’s Gas site at 3000 S Pitney Court in Bridgeport. Located on the intersection with S Archer Avenue and bound by Bubbly Creek to the west, the large vacant site was recently sold to new owners. Those owners being The Chinese American Service League (CASL) according to Crain’s Business.
Plans have been revealed for the new campus of the Pui Tak Christian School at 3118 S Canal Street in Bridgeport. Located just south of the intersection with W 31st Street, the new structure will replace two-existing buildings and a large surface parking lot in the quickly changing neighborhood. Being led by the school themselves, the internal team has partnered with both SOM and Wight and Company on the design of the upcoming facility after a multi-year $3.1 million fundraising campaign.