Yesterday, owners of the Prairie Shores apartments celebrated the groundbreaking of a new two-story resident clubhouse in Bronzeville. Spearheaded by Chicago-based firms Golub & Company and Farpoint Development alongside Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, the 17,510-square-foot structure will be nested between the 2901 and 2951 towers along Martin Luther King Drive. The five-tower Prairie Shores complex was purchased in 2019 and is undergoing a multi-phase renovation of its existing 1,675 residences, common spaces, and landscaping.
Construction has topped out for Broadway Youth Center, a five-story interdisciplinary youth center located at 1023 W Irving Park Road in Lake View. The development will completely replace a former, partially-complete construction project that was abandoned by the previous developer.
Permits were issued this week for a single-story community facility building at 3215 N Western Avenue near the southern edge of Roscoe Village.
Photos show work is underway on the 21,000-square-foot, all-inclusive wellness club Bian in River North. Developed by Boka Group, the private club is located at the southern entrance of the seven-acre Montgomery Ward building, built in 1907.
Construction is imminent at 2614 N Emmett Street in Logan Square, the site of the new Emmett Street Apartments. The prospective seven-story mixed-use building will have affordable housing. Located along N Emmett Street, the site sits at the corner of N Emmett Street and N Kedzie Avenue, stretching most of the block along N Emmett Street between N Kedzie Avenue and N Sawyer Avenue. The nearest public transportation is the Logan Square CTA L station, serviced by the Blue Line, located directly across the street. The 56 and 76 CTA bus lines are also accessible at the Logan Square stop. Emmett Apartments, LP is listed as the owner of the applications, with Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation as the developer for the project.