A zoning application has been submitted for the mixed-use development at 4225 W Madison Street in West Garfield Park. Located mid-block between N Kildare Avenue and N Keeler Avenue, the project will replace two vacant lots near the namesake park. The project is being led by John Gardner and his wife, who own Furry Paws Chicago in Fulton Market.
The Chicago City Council and Plan Commission have approved the mixed-use development at 420 N May Street in the West Loop. Sitting on the intersection with W Kinzie Street, the project recently received some revisions as it was presented to the community last month. The proposal is being led by Miami-based developer Crescent Heights with local firm HPA working on its design.
Marquette Companies has completed and celebrated the grand opening of The Thompson at Fulton Market, a 210-unit mixed-use apartment complex located at 150 N Ashland Avenue in the Near West Side. Occupying the site of the former Mary Thompson Hospital, this development combines a newly constructed 12-story building with a renovated five-story brick building from the 1920s. The project is named in honor of Dr. Mary Thompson, Chicago’s first female doctor and first woman known to have performed major surgery.
The construction of Evanston Labs, a 10-story office and lab building, is nearing completion near Northwestern University at 710 Clark Street. The project, developed by Trammell Crow Company and designed by ESG Architecture & Design, covers an area of 177,575 square feet. The curved design of the exterior is made up of bronze, glass, and tan paneling. The building is tailored to host companies in biomedicine, nanotechnology, and neuroscience and offers eight levels of office and laboratory space.
A zoning application has been filed for a mixed-use development at 3955 N Kilpatrick Avenue in Old Irving Park. This project, under the development of GW Properties and designed by Pappageorge Haymes, marks a shift from a previous all-retail proposal. Set to occupy large vacant lot formerly used by People’s Gas, the five-building complex would be a significant addition to the recent surge of new units and retail within the Six Corners area. The construction would follow other major projects in the vicinity such as the 206-unit 6 Corners Lofts and the 258-unit senior living development known as Clarendale Six Corners.