A full construction permit has been issued for 921 N Noble Street, part of the larger St. Boniface Redevelopment initiative in Noble Square. ZSD Corp and Stas Development are co-developing this four-story mixed-use structure, which will be located directly north of the St. Boniface church, originally constructed in 1904. While initial plans for 921 N Noble Street projected a two-story building and subsequent documents proposed a three-story development, the most recent architectural drawings and permit description have confirmed four stories.
Site preparation can be seen for the Bronzeville Lakefront megadevelopment, led by the development coalition known GRIT Chicago. The $3.8 billion mixed-use redevelopment of the historic site of the former Michael Reese Hospital is a collaboration between local firms Farpoint Development, Loop Capital, Draper & Kramer, Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives, McLaurin Development, and the Bronzeville Community Development Partnership.
The Chicago City Council has approved the mixed-use development at 1549 N Fremont Street in the Near North Side. Sitting just southeast of the intersection with W North Avenue on a vacant lot surrounded by a Toyota dealership, the small building will infill a site originally proposed as an Aloft Hotel multiple years ago. Now after receiving Plan Commission approval earlier this year, developer City Pads Chicago is moving forward with the NORR Architects-designed structure.
Construction progress continues at the 34-story mixed-use high rise located at 1114 W Carroll Avenue in Fulton Market, with the crane now installed and the central core rising above street level. Trammell Crow Company is developing the 379-foot-tall project, which will replace a former truck rental center and parking lot at the corner of Carroll Avenue and May Street. The development is adjacent to the proposed 315 N May Street, a 410-foot-tall office tower expected to break ground later this year.
Progress continues on a mixed-use development at 1203 N California Avenue in Humboldt Park, as structural work reaches the halfway point. Situated on the northeast corner with W Division Street, the project replaces a vacant lot opposite the neighborhood’s namesake park. The initiative is being spearheaded by the Hispanic Housing Development Corporation, with Pappageorge Haymes taking on the design responsibilities. The design includes 2,500 square feet of retail space on the ground level and 64 affordable units situated on the upper floors.