A construction permit has been issued for a new residential development at 2200 N Kildare Avenue in the Hermosa neighborhood. The proposed two-story, two-unit residence will include a basement, front stairs, a rear two-story deck with stairs, a wood fence, and a rear two-car frame garage. This development will take place on a site that was previously vacant. The project’s owner, as listed on the permit, is YKSB LLC.
span data-preserver-spaces=”true”>A new residential permit for 4861 N Hermitage Avenue in the city’s Uptown neighborhood has been approved. Under development by Padraic Connolly, the proposed four-story building will house eight residential units, replacing a single-family frame residence.
A construction permit has been approved for a multifamily residential project at 226 W 24th Street in Chinatown. The filing calls for a three-story masonry building with three dwelling units, a basement, and a rear metal porch system. There will also be three open parking spaces on the site. Led by owner James Calace, the new construction will replace a currently vacant lot.
New York-based developer, The Collective, has obtained a full permit for its 18-story residential project at 633 S LaSalle Street. This development, set to replace a previous surface parking lot, will introduce a co-living model to the South Loop neighborhood.
A construction permit has been issued for a new residential building at 1844 N Ridgeway Avenue in Logan Square, marking the first step in the broader Encuentro Square affordable housing plan. The approved permit calls for a six-story apartment building with 57 dwelling units, replacing a now-demolished Magid Glove and Safety factory. Under development by the Latin United Community Housing (LUCHA) and Evergreen Real Estate Group, this first phase will also feature a second four-story building with an additional 32 units. As noted in a CBS News article, 55 of these first phase units will be available to people on the Chicago Housing Authority waitlist. Meanwhile, a later phase of the project will bring the total unit count up to 187.