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Humboldt Park Health Wellness Center

Outer Walls Installed for New Health and Wellness Center in Humboldt Park

At 2933 W Division Street in Humboldt Park, the construction of a new health and wellness center continues to advance, with the building’s shell now in place. Valued at $24 million, the center covers an area of 45,500 square feet and reaches a height of 62 feet. This three-story building is a collaborative effort between Humboldt Park Health and the architectural firm JGMA. The curved design will be clad in an iridescent facade, composed of blue and green metal paneling and glass curtain wall cut-outs.

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Redevelopment Announced For Preston Bradley Hall In Uptown

Further details have been revealed for the redevelopment of Preston Bradley Center at 941 W Lawrence Avenue in Uptown. Located just west of the intersection with N Sheridan Road, the venue sits two blocks east of the Aragon near the heart of the Uptown entertainment district. The project is being led by its new owners Daniel and Karla Ivankovich who purchased the site last year, and the architect is unknown.

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Evanston Approves New Ryan Field Stadium Plans

The City of Evanston has approved the new Ryan Field stadium at 1505 Central Street in Evanston. Located on the intersection with Ashland Avenue, the new building will rebuild the existing bowl-style stadium owned and used by Northwestern University. The work is being led by the university itself with Kansas City-based architects HNTB serving as the designers who have worked on other college venues.

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Plans Revealed For Veterans Center Near Belvidere

Details have been revealed for a new veterans complex on the intersection of Illinois 76 and Orth Road in Timberlane. Located in the far suburbs just north of Belvidere, the one-of-a-kind facility will bring a new offering near the city boundaries of Rockford just to the west. The project is being developed by the non-profit organization Oscar Mike with Cushman & Wakefield, who have tapped Gensler to design the buildings.

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