Initial plans have been revealed for a commercial development near the Pullman National Monument in the far South Side. Located near the corners of E 111th Street and S Doty Avenue, the building will replace an empty lot and bring even more life to an area that recently had a hotel and grocery store proposed as well. The developers behind the project are Mark Doyle and Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives who are working with local architecture firm Edafos Studio on the design.
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The Community Development Commission has approved the $96.9 million sale of the former Michael Reese Hospital site to the developers of the Bronzeville Lakefront megadevelopment in Bronzeville. Located at 2929 S Ellis Avenue, the property is bound by E 26th Street to the north, E 31st Street to the south, S Vernon Avenue to the west, and S Lake Park Avenue to the east. The developers for the site are a team called GRIT Chicago, composed of Farpoint Development, Loop Capital, Draper & Kramer, Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives, McLaurin Development, and Bronzeville Community Development Partnership.
Invest South/West has revealed the development schemes for its Bronzeville RFP site located at 449 E 47th Street in Bronzeville. The city-owned parcel is a corner property at the intersection of E 47th Street and S Vincennes Avenue. The approximately 26,300-square-foot site is currently vacant.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the Bronzeville Lakefront Megadevelopment planned for the former Michael Reese Hospital site in Bronzeville. The 71-acre site spans a large parcel of land from E 26th Street to E 31 Street from north to south, and from S Martin Luther King Drive to S Lake Park avenue from west to east respectively. The existing Prairie Shores residential complex is included in the scope of this project, but will remain unchanged.
Ryan Companies has completed a distribution center for Amazon in the Pullman Crossings industrial park. The completion of the warehouse, located at 10700 S Doty Avenue in the Pullman neighborhood, concludes the multi-phase development of the 62-acre industrial site. Ryan Companies served as the developer for Pullman Crossings, in collaboration with community developer Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives.