The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a new four-story mixed-use development at 2317 N Clark Street in Lincoln Park. Located on an interior lot, the project will sit between W Fullerton Parkway and W Belden Avenue. The CTA 22 and 36 Routes can be accessed at the Clark and Belden bus stop, within steps of the site. The Fullerton CTA L station, serviced by the Red, Purple, and Brown Lines, is accessible via a 15-minute walk. 2300 Clark Development LLC is in charge of the development of the project.
YIMBY recently stopped by the site of Tribune East Tower, the newly approved supertall that will become Chicago’s second tallest building. Tribune East is part of the Tribune Tower redevelopment project, which includes the conversion of the original Tribune Tower into 162 condominium units. Developers CIM Group and Golub & Company are leading the development of the $700 million structure that will replace a surface parking lot originally used by Chicago Tribune employees.
Lipe Property Company‘s development at 1122 W Chicago Avenue has reached the second of its seven planned stories. The structure will bring both residential and retail to River West‘s intersection of W Chicago Avenue, N Milwaukee Avenue, and N Ogden Avenue.
One Chicago Square has surpassed the vertical halfway mark for both its 74- and 49-story towers. Developed by JDL, the mixed-use project will max out at 971 feet in height and make a substantial impact on the cityscape in the River North neighborhood. Since YIMBY’s last update in August, each tower has climbed about 13 floors, with the structurally completed floor count now around 41 and 28, respectively.
Construction permits have been issued for a four-story mixed-use building at 70 E Pershing Road in the Bronzeville neighborhood. The owner, listed under 70 Pershing Opportunity Zone LLC, is planning six residential units, as well as two additional retail units, reflective of the property’s C1-3 mixed-use zoning designation.