The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the latest plans for the mixed-use development at 1300 W Carroll Avenue in the West Loop. Located on the corner with N Elizabeth Street and replacing the former site of the ADM Wheat Mill Silos, the multi-phase project was recently revised and presented at a public meeting this past February with changes to the overall design and plan. Now Sterling Bay has received its first approval for the SOM-designed structure which was first proposed in 2021.
The Chicago City Council has approved the mixed-use development at 1549 N Fremont Street in the Near North Side. Sitting just southeast of the intersection with W North Avenue on a vacant lot surrounded by a Toyota dealership, the small building will infill a site originally proposed as an Aloft Hotel multiple years ago. Now after receiving Plan Commission approval earlier this year, developer City Pads Chicago is moving forward with the NORR Architects-designed structure.
Dual permits have been issued for two new residential buildings at 4605 and 4607 S St Lawrence Avenue in Bronzeville. The projects involves the construction of a new three-story, three-unit residential masonry building at 4605 South St Lawrence Avenue and a new four-story, three-unit residential masonry building at 4607 South St Lawrence Avenue. The buildings will replace a currently vacant grass lot, while the listed owner of the project is St. Lawrence Properties LLC.
Park Boulevard’s Phase 3B is nearing completion as facade work wraps up and final landscaping work kicks off. This two-building project, located at 41 W 36th Street and 42 W 37th Street in Bronzeville, is part of a broader residential plan to replace the former Stateway Gardens housing projects of the Chicago Housing Authority. Led by Stateway Associates LLC, the initiative is set to produce 1,316 total units, occupying both townhomes and apartments.
A renovation permit has been granted for a residential building at 6055 S Peoria Street in Englewood. The project, owned by 6055 S. Peoria LLC, will involve the repair and renovation of an existing three-story, 12-unit structure.