Financing has been secured for the mixed-use development at 919 W Fulton Market in Fulton Market. Located on the southeast corner with N Sangamon Street, the building will span the entire length of the block all the way south to W Lake Street. The team behind the proposal is being led by Fulton Street Companies, JDL and Shanna Khan, who have tapped New York-based Morris Adjmi Architects for its design.
The Zoning Board of Appeals has granted several variances for the mixed-use development at 1100 W Grand Avenue, a project led by Wildwood Investments and Sterling Bay, set to rise in West Town. The seven-story structure will house 99 residential units with varied floor plans, ranging from studios to three-bedroom units, alongside a 1,500 square-foot retail space on the ground floor.
The development at 140 North Ashland Avenue is advancing, with fiber cement installation now well underway for this 12-story mixed-use project in the Near West Side. Marquette Companies, the developer, has combined this new structure with a pre-existing five-story brick building from the 1920s on its southern boundary. Upon completion, the building will contain 210 apartments above retail establishments on the ground level.
A new YMCA has been announced as the anchor tenant for the mixed-use development at 331 S Plymouth Court in The Loop. Located on the intersection with W Van Buren Street directly across from the Harold Washington Library, the project was originally announced in 2021. Dubbed Assemble Chicago, it is being developed by The Community Builders with Studio Gang, DesignBridge, and JAQ working on its design.
Glass and metal installation has begun at 1114 West Carroll Avenue, a 34-story mixed-use high rise in Fulton Market. Led by Trammell Crow Company, the building will include 368 residential units and ground-floor retail spaces. Amenities include a pool, fitness center, rooftop terrace, and deck, along with parking for 95 vehicles and 185 bicycles.