Zoning has been approved for a mixed-use development at 2700 N Pine Grove Avenue in Lincoln Park. The project is located at the intersection of W Wrightwood Avenue and N Pine Grove Avenue. The site is currently home to the Second Church of Christ, Scientist Chicago, who is leading the redevelopment plan for the existing church building in collaboration with developer Ogden Partners.
The proposed zoning has been approved for a mixed-use, seven-story development at 1623 N Halsted Street on the border of Lincoln Park and Old Town. Located along N Halsted Street, the interior site is between W Concord Place and W Willow Street. The lot is directly north of the CTA Brown Line tracks and is a transit-served location. The immediate area consists of low-rise residential and mixed-use buildings, with a mix of office and restaurants at grade and residential units above. The new development will replace four existing buildings. JDL Development and Logan Ventures are in charge of the development.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks has approved the preliminary landmark recommendation for the Halsted-Willow Group. Located in Lincoln Park, the designation includes four buildings located at 1732 N Halsted Street, 1727-1733 N Halsted Street, and 1800 N Halsted Street. These buildings are all placed at the intersection of N Halsted Street and W Willow Street.
Foundation permits have been issued for a three-story daycare center at 2745 N Lincoln Avenue in Lincoln Park. Filed under the owner Kensington Lincoln Park Building LLC, the commercial development will occupy the site of a previously demolished trio of masonry structures. Details regarding the size of the building footprint and its square footage are not currently known. However, the parcel’s zoning designation allows for a floor area ratio of up to 2.2, meaning that the total building’s floor space may be up to 2.2 times that of the site itself.
A partial construction permit has been issued for a four-story residential building, located in the southwest corner of Lincoln Park in the Old Town Triangle area. Filed under Sedgwick 1845 LLC, the development will also feature a roof deck, four rear balconies, and a detached two-car masonry garage. An integrated elevator is also planned, but has been slated for approval via a separate permit.