A permit has been issued for a three-story residential development at 333 W Garfield Boulevard in Englewood. Replacing an empty parcel, this new project is being developed by Cedric Whitten and is expected to yield three new units.
A construction permit has been greenlit for outdoor upgrades to the Benjamin E. Mays Elementary Academy at 6656 S Normal Boulevard in Englewood. The project, owned by the city, is expected to provide an array of exterior improvements including a new play lot, artificial turf field, stormwater management, and additional landscaping.
A renovation permit has been granted for a residential building at 6055 S Peoria Street in Englewood. The project, owned by 6055 S. Peoria LLC, will involve the repair and renovation of an existing three-story, 12-unit structure.
A potential groundbreaking date has been announced for the upcoming Englewood Nature Trail in Englewood. Stretching roughly from S Damen Avenue in the west to S Halsted Street in the east, the potential trail will replace the long-abandoned Norfolk Southern Railway lines which the city purchased in 2014. Now the city itself along with Grow Greater Englewood have revealed their initial design studies by Gensler after receiving $6 million last year to kick off efforts.