Construction permits were recently issued for a three-story residential development at 2908 W Lyndale Street in Logan Square. Filed under the name 2906 West Lyndale LLC, the project will offer of a rooftop deck, a rear porch, a basement, and a three-car detached garage topped with a rooftop deck. Prior to development, the site was occupied by a one-story frame residential building.
A new construction permit has been issued for a 3-story, 3-unit residential building at 4634 S Langley Avenue in Bronzeville. The owner, JacobDaBuilder is behind the project, which includes a rear patio on the first floor, and a rear porch with stairs on the second and third floors. Three exterior parking spaces will also be added to the property. Hanna Architects‘ design for the project has not yet been revealed.
The Chicago City Council has approved the residential development at 2821 N Orchard Street in Lake View East. Located just north of the intersection with W Diversey Parkway, the small project will replace an over 100-year-old three-story home slot in between a parking garage and a double-wide three-flat structure. The developer is quite unique in that it is the Estate of Kathy A. Poczatek and is working with local design firm Hanna Architects.
Permits have been issued for an upcoming mixed-use development at 2934 W Medill Avenue in Logan Square. Located just west of the intersection with N Milwaukee Avenue, the upcoming proposal will replace a long-term vacant lot bound by a public alley, the CTA Blue Line tracks, and a parking lot popular with local skaters. Developer Wilmot Properties is working with Chicago-based designers Hanna Architects who is known for their smaller scale projects across the north side.
Construction permits have been issued for a four-story mixed-use building at 5235 N Western Avenue in Lincoln Square. Planned by Panoptic Group, the new development will comprise of 18 total units atop ground-floor retail space, an elevator, and a 16-vehicle garage topped with a rooftop deck. Prior to development, the site was occupied by a one-floor masonry bank building.