Plans for a three-story mixed-use development has been approved by City Council, targeting a currently vacant parcel at 115 S Francisco Avenue in East Garfield Park. Under development by Black Light Fellowship, the project is expected to yield 5,600 square feet of commercial space and eight for-rent apartment units.
The 19-story development at 1101 W Van Buren Street, named Coppia is nearing its full height in West Loop. Located between two pre-existing residential towers, Coppia fills a previously unoccupied space in the area. The mixed-use project by Pizzuti Development plans to offer 298 apartment units, ranging from studio designs to three-bedroom layouts, with penthouses occupying the top two levels. The podium will contain space for commercial use, along with an 82-car garage.
Updated renderings have been revealed for the renovation for the structure dubbed Canal Station at 801 S Canal Street in the South Loop. The massive building is located on the southeastern corner with W Polk Street just south of the Old Post Office, thus the property’s new owners hope to cash in on the area’s growing appeal for office relocations in recent years. Developers 601W Companies and The Telos Group are behind the project and are working with SCB on its design.
Plans have been unveiled for a new mixed-use development in the Irving Park neighborhood. The project, located at 2907 W Irving Park Road, plans for a seven-story structure occupying an approximately 62,000-square-foot site and housing 45 affordable residential units.
Recently, YIMBY explored the current progress on The Couture, a 44-story tower set to rise 507 feet along Milwaukee’s lakefront. This week, we take a look at the city’s next tallest construction project, a 31-story mixed-use tower at 333 North Water Street, set to be the Historic Third Ward’s tallest building at a height of 342 feet.