Embry, a 16-story condominium development in the West Loop at 21 N May Street, has wrapped up its construction and is now welcoming residents. Led by Sulo Development, this new residential project comprises 58 units with sizes ranging from 1,828 to 5,200 square feet, offered in two-, three-, and four-bedroom layouts.
Plans have been approved for the first phase of Thrive Exchange at 7901 S Exchange Avenue in South Shore. Sitting right on the intersection with E 79th Street, the project will replace a pair of existing buildings next to the Cheltenham/79th Street Metra station. The proposal was approved by the Chicago Plan Commission, led by developer DL3 Realty and designed by local-firms KOO Architects and Site Design Group.
Updated plans for the mixed-use development at 3950 N Damen Avenue and 3959 N Lincoln Avenue in North Center. Located on the six-corner intersection with W Irving Park Road, the two-building proposal will replace a parking lot and drive-thru bank west of Damen and redevelop the existing bank structure on Lincoln. Developers CRG and Ravine Park Partners are working with local architecture firm Lamar Johnson Collaborative on the new design.
A new affordable residential development at 4531 W Washington Boulevard in West Garfield Park is closer to construction with the approval of a land sale and $10 million in tax increment financing. The four-story project is a collaborative initiative between CARE Manor and National Equity Fund , aiming to redevelop seven plots. Of these, five are owned by the developer and two by the city.
Plans have been revealed for a new residential development at 5400 N Ashland Avenue in Andersonville. Located on the northwest corner with W Balmoral Avenue, the proposal will replace a one-story house just one block west of the Clark Street corridor. The project is being led by local real estate investor Josh Bradley, with Compass Architecture LLC working on its design.