A construction permit has been issued for DLG Management’s upcoming eight-story, mixed-use building in Uptown. Located at 5035 N Sheridan Road and filed under the cross street address of 952 W Carmen Avenue, the project was approved by the Plan Commission last month. The development will replace a current single-story commercial structure and will feature 77 residential units, along with a ground-floor retail space.
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DLG Management has cleared a major final hurdle for its planned eight-story, mixed-use edifice at 5035 N Sheridan Road in the Uptown. The Chicago DPD recently announced on X (previously known as Twitter) that the project has secured the necessary clearance under the Lakeshore Protection Ordinance from the Chicago Plan Commission. The new structure will take the place of an existing single-story commercial building and is slated to offer 77 residential apartments over a retail space on the ground floor.
Initial details have been revealed for the mixed-use development at 3327 N Lincoln Avenue in Lake View. Located just south of the intersection with W Roscoe Street near the Paulina Brown Line station, the project will replace four existing buildings including the former home of beloved Dinkel’s Bakery. Now developer PCR Group has submitted a rezoning application for the Jonathan Splitt Architects designed structure.
Construction permits have been issued for a new residential development at 1439 W Winona Street in Uptown. The project is a three-story building with a basement, containing three dwelling units, and an occupiable rooftop on the third story. There is also a detached three-vehicle private garage.
Initial plans have been revealed for the residential development at 3925 N Clarendon Avenue in Lakeview. Revealed via Alderman Cappleman’s website, the proposal looks to replace a slim and long empty lot just south of the intersection with W Irving Park Road in between two existing residential structures. Local developer George Bahramis is working with Jonathan Splitt Architects on the 33-foot-wide design, leaving one additional similarly-sized parking lot left on the block to be redeveloped.