The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the 8.1-acre North Union megadevelopment in the Near North Side. Generally bounded by the CTA Brown Line tracks and W Oak Street, W Chestnut Street, and N Wells Street, the North Union site will spread across eight acres. Planned by JDL Development, the project site is currently occupied by one or two story buildings, parking lots and an athletic field, all part of the Moody Bible Institute campus. The entire plan reserves 9.4 acres for Moody Bible Institute while turning over the remaining 8.1 acres over to JDL.
Structural work has surpassed the 25th floor at 300 N Michigan Avenue, a 47-floor mixed-use tower rising in the northeast corner of The Loop. The 400,000-square-foot project is being co-developed by Sterling Bay and Magellan Development Group, whose plans include 25,000 square feet of retail on the first three floors, a 280-key citizenM hotel on floors six through 15, and 289 apartments spanning floors 17 through 45.
Renderings have been revealed for an expected mixed-use development at 4137 S Cottage Grove Avenue in Bronzeville. Fronting S Cottage Grove Avenue, the project site spans from E Bowen Avenue to E 42nd Street. DOM Properties Investment is the developer behind the project.
Demolition permits have been issued for a two-story masonry building situated at 4437 W Adams Street in West Garfield Park.
Construction permits have been issued for a new two-story clubhouse building, with an address of 2937 S Martin Luther King Drive in Douglas. The project will integrate with the existing five-tower Prairie Shores apartment development, originally built between 1957 and 1961 and purchased in 2019 by Golub & Company and Farpoint Development.