New construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building located at 1037 W Webster Avenue in Lincoln Park. The owner is listed as 1037 W Webster LLC and plans indicate that there will be three total dwelling units and a basement along with a detached three-vehicle masonry garage and a rooftop deck.
Construction has now topped out for 2317 N Clark Street in Lincoln Park. The four-story mixed-use building is being developed by 2300 N Clark LLC, with plans for 2,228 square feet of retail with 73 feet of frontage. This first-floor commercial space will be topped by 35 rental apartments along the three upper floors.
Permits were issued this month for the construction of a four-story mixed-use building which will be located at 1775 N Clybourn Avenue in Lincoln Park. The permit owner is listed as Michael Breheny, and the scope includes retail on the first floor, and four residential units across the second through third floors, and office space on the fourth floor. Terraces will be included at the front of the building on the second, third, and fourth floors. There will also be a communal deck on the roof. There will also be a rear four-vehicle garage with its own roof deck. The lot is currently vacant.
A new permit was issued for the construction of a residential development at 1920 N Howe Street in Lincoln Park. Located just south of the intersection with W Armitage Avenue, the site is within walking distance to Oz Park and Steppenwolf Theater as well as plenty of shopping and dining. The property is being developed by a private owner with McCormack Sean Baccus serving as the architect on record.
A demolition permit was issued last week for a three-story multi-unit masonry building and an attached garage located at 1914 N Orchard Street in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as Savane Properties, Inc. As of now, no plans appear to have been submitted to upgrade any of the zoning designations for this property and there is currently no information on any future constructions at the site.