A zoning application has been submitted for the upcoming mixed-use tower at 1565 N Clybourn Avenue in the Near North Side. The slender structure would sit on the corner with N Halsted Street, with news on the project breaking late last year. The application was submitted by developer The Georgetown Company for the bKL Architecture designed building.
The new mixed-use building at 1138 W Belmont Avenue in the Lake View area is progressing, with construction currently reaching the second floor. This structure, when completed, will stand five stories tall and offer 33 residential units, alongside 2,800 square feet dedicated to commercial purposes. Designed by Red Architects, the 59-foot building will feature a masonry exterior made up of tan and red brick, metal paneling, and inset balconies.
A zoning application has been submitted for the mixed-use development at 5035 N Lincoln Avenue in Lincoln Square. Sitting on the corner with W Winnemac Avenue, the project consists of a new structure replacing an empty construction site and the completion of two stalled buildings. The development is being led by Vu Trieu of North Shore Development Group and designed by Hanna Architects.
As the third tallest construction project in our year-end countdown, the 24-story 360 N Green Street in Fulton Market is undergoing final exterior and landscaping work. The 500,000-square-foot office building, developed by Sterling Bay, will feature office spaces, 5,400 square feet of retail space, and a range of tenant amenities. Floor plates will scale up to over 26,000 square feet, offering tenants access to private balconies between 249 and 523 square feet on each floor.
Initial caisson permits have been approved for the mixed-use development at 193 N Columbus Drive in Lakeshore East. Located just north of the Blue Cross Blue Shield tower and commonly known as Parcel O, the project is finally moving forward after a multi-year delay. Led by developer Parcel O LLC, as a stand-in for Magellan Development Group, the proposal is being designed by local firm bKL Architecture whose offices are right next door.