Facade work is progressing for ZSD Corp‘s “Madison + Carpenter,” a six-story residential condominium building at 6 N Carpenter Street in West Loop. The 13-unit project will be replacing a former set of low-rise masonry buildings.
Woodlawn Station LLC has recently obtained two permits for the construction of new residential properties located at 6340 and 6342 S Drexel Avenue in the Woodlawn neighborhood. These two separate addresses will each be a three-story, three-unit residence. The proposed development will feature second and third floor rear open decks, rear concrete patios, and rear garages (three-car for 6342 S Drexel Avenue and two-car for 6340 S Drexel Avenue).
Permits have been issued for a new residential project at 3725 S Giles Avenue in Bronzeville. Chestnut Builders LLC is the owner of the project, which will be a three-story, three-unit residential masonry building.
The Chicago City Council has approved the residential development at 453-455 W Briar Place in Lake View East. Located on a quiet one-way street near the intersection with N Broadway, the building will replace a pair of single-family homes built in the early 1900s. News on the project broke back in December as it brought in a unique design language not often seen in newer developments, this was led by SGW Architecture who is contracted by the site’s developer GVP Development.
The Chicago City Council has approved the residential conversion of the industrial building at 1600 S Laflin Street in Pilsen. Located on the southwest corner with W 16th Street next to rail lines famous for the street art along their base, the project will revitalize the vacant foundry structure that stretches almost the full length of the block. Chicago-based developer RP Fox and Associates is leading the proposal along with Mayer Jeffers Gillespie Architects working on its design.