A new residential development has received a permit at 1656 N Dayton Street in Lincoln Park. The project will be a three-story, three-unit masonry building with a basement and private roof deck. The listed owner of the project is Mateuz Bachula, whose plans will replace a former brick residence.
A construction permit has been issued for a new three-story residential building at 1726 W Cullerton Street in Heart of Chicago. Developed by Conrad Sienkiewicz, the project will comprise three dwelling units, a basement, and a rooftop deck accompanied by a rooftop stairway enclosure. Other features mentioned in the filing description include a three-story open rear egress stair with rear decks, front access steps, and open rear access stairs leading from the rear yard. Additionally, this property will accommodate three off-street parking spaces.
Chicago YIMBY’s Sister Cities series continues as we take a look at the newest building rising to redefine the skyline of Milwaukee. Located at 909 E Michigan Street on the intersection with N Lincoln Memorial Drive in downtown, ‘The Couture’ replaces the previous Downtown Transit Center and is directly across the street from the lakefront and Summerfest grounds. Developer Barrett Lo Visionary Development has been working on the project for a few years with Milwaukee-based RINKA Architecture.
A new three-story, two-unit residential building has received permits at 1448 W Flournoy Street in Little Italy. The filing also calls for the main structure to be accompanied by a detached two-car garage with a rooftop deck.
Updated details have been revealed for the mixed-use development at 4343-4357 N Richmond Street in Irving Park. Located on the southeast corner with W Montrose Avenue a few blocks west from Horner Park, the multiple-building proposal replaces the previous Twisted Hippo structure which burned down in February 2022. Now developer Alan Candea is working with local firm Compass Architecture on their design after receiving community feedback on an earlier iteration.