The initial foundation permit has been issued for a mixed-use development at 3914 N Lincoln Avenue in North Center. Occupying a trapezoidal lot between N Damen Avenue to the west and N Lincoln Avenue to the east, the project is set to replace an empty lot along with various existing structures. The 24,554-square-foot property will host a five-story, 97,773-square-foot building with 68 residential units. Longford Construction leads the project, with SPACE Architects + Planners behind the 61-foot-tall design.
Facade installation at “Cassidy on Canal,” a 33-story mixed-use development in Fulton River District, is nearing completion at 350 N Canal Street. A joint project by The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC, the 355-foot-tall structure recently topped out.
Updated plans have been revealed for the mixed-use skyscraper at 420 N May Street in the West Loop. Located on the northwest corner with W Kinzie Street, the proposal will replace a couple of existing structures and their adjacent parking lot. Miami-based developer Crescent Heights presented the HPA-designed plans to the community at a meeting earlier this week. The developer also recently placed the parcel earmarked for NEMA phase II in the South Loop for sale.
Exterior construction has concluded at 3501 N Halsted Street, a five-story mixed-use building in Lakeview East. The building will soon function as a central location for Howard Brown Health, a group dedicated to offering a broad spectrum of care for Chicago’s LGBTQ community.
The mixed-use development for 1649 N Halsted Street in Lincoln Park has received approval from the Chicago Plan Commission. Draper & Kramer is behind this initiative to replace the Royal George Theater and its neighboring structure atop the 0.8-acre site. Envisioned by SGW Architecture & Design, the project will see the rise of a nine-story building with a top floor dedicated to amenity areas and open rooftop space.