Initial building permits have been issued for a mixed-use development at 6001 W Lawrence Avenue in Jefferson Park. Sitting on a long vacant lot bound by W Lawrence Avenue to the north and N Austin Avenue to the east, developer Full Circle Communities plans to bring 48 residential units in a transit-oriented community. The developer’s mission to “expand access to quality affordable housing’ is partnered with Canopy Architecture + Design to bring the rose-colored buildings to life.
The Chicago Committee on Design has reviewed a proposed mixed-use development at 3201 W 31st Street in Little Village. Envisioned as a campus, the now 30-acre development aims to bring life to a partially occupied lot enclosed by W 31st Street to the north, S Kedzie Avenue to the east, and the future Cinespace Campus 2 to the west. Developer Chicago Southwest Development Corporation (CSDC) has teamed up with HDR Architecture to design the massive southwest side complex.
Remaining brickwork is wrapping up for the mixed-use Southbridge Phase I in Near South Side. The construction comprises of two six-story buildings under the addresses 2310 S State Street and 2344 S State Street. McCaffrey and The Community Builders‘ plans for this initial stage comprise of a total of a total of 206 mixed-income apartment units and ground-level retail, divided evenly between the two mirrored structures.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a mixed-use rehabilitation at 1819 N Major Avenue in North Austin. Bound by N Central Ave to the east and W Bloomingdale Avenue to the south, the rehabilitation looks to create commercial and industrial spaces within the former long-term home of the White Cap Co, pioneers of vacuum sealing technology.