Construction permits have been issued for a new two-story residential building situated at 9128 S Burley Avenue in South Chicago. Claretian Associates Inc. is the filing owner, whose plans comprise of two dwellings atop a basement level. Much of the construction has already taken place, with the main exterior frame having been built in 2008 under a now-voided permit.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at Bronzeville’s 4635 S Indiana Avenue. Filed under the owner Jacek Bochaczyk, the three-unit project will come with a rear open deck spanning its full height. As of now, the site is occupied by a vacant grass plot that lies just north of the intersection between Indiana Avenue and 47th Street Station.
Final facade work is approaching the finish line for the condominium conversion of Chicago’s iconic Tribune Tower, located at 435 N Michigan Avenue along the southern end of Magnificent Mile. The 462-foot-tall neo-Gothic tower was purchased by CIM Group and Golub & Company in 2018 as the namesake Chicago Tribune newspaper moved its headquarters to One Prudential Plaza.
Foundation permits have been issued for a new five-story residential building located at Lincoln Square‘s 2208 W Lawrence Avenue. Developed by Zivkovic Family Holdings LLC, the issued permit covers the first of two near-identical buildings adjacent to one another. This first building will include 10 total units, with the overall development set to house 20 units. Parking for the approved first structure includes four parking spaces on a rear concrete pad, and an additional three spaces within the building itself.
The two elevator and stair cores have now reached full height at Inspire West Town, hinting at the eight-story project’s future presence beside the Kennedy Expressway. Located at 1140 W Erie Street, the building is being developed by Bond Companies, and is set to include a mix of ground-level retail and 113 rental apartment units. A total of 23 affordable units will be provided under the affordable requirements ordinance, six of which will be on-site and the remaining 17 elsewhere in the vicinity.