The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the development of a new mixed-use building at 1140 W Erie Street in West Town. The eight-story tower will rise 108 feet tall. Located at 1140 W Erie Street, the structure will sit on a triangular site bound by N Ogden Avenue to the northwest, W Erie Street to the south, and N May Street to the northeast. A transit-oriented property is a six-minute walk to the Chicago CTA L station, serviced by the Blue Line. The site is also in close proximity to multiple CTA bus routes. Bond Companies is the developer in charge of the project.
Construction permits were recently issued for six adjacent townhomes at 3200 S Shields Avenue in Armour Square. Located just east of the Amtrak line, the residential development will replace a two-story industrial building that partially occupied the site prior to 2019.
Photos taken yesterday show construction approaching the halfway point for a seven-story residential building at 236-238 W Division Street. Located in Old Town, the development is on the former site of a one-story Sammy’s Red Hots hotdog restaurant.
Permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 4017 N Keystone Avenue in Old Irving Park.
Permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 6406 S Drexel Avenue in Woodlawn, several houses over from another development with the same developer, GA Roslyn LLC. While there are houses dividing the two sites, it is not clear if the developer plans to merge them into a single project or keep the sites separate but with similar designs.