With the structural work reaching its 399-foot peak, the 24-story mixed-use building at 360 N Green Street is now rapidly progressing with its facade installation. The new Fulton Market tower, developed by Sterling Bay, who owns an array of nearby properties at various stages of development, will offer a mix of offices, 5,400 square feet of retail, and tenant amenities across 500,000 square feet of floor space.
Zoning has been fully approved for the mixed-use development at 135 N Des Plaines Street in West Loop Gate. Located on the southeast corner with W Randolph Street just a block away from the highway, the upcoming proposal will replace a surface parking lot and its small footprint as the neighborhood continues to fill in long-term gaps. Developer Rogers Park Holdings LLC is working with local firm Axios Architects & Consultants on the small building which was announced earlier this year.
A construction permit has been granted for a new four-story building at 4706 S St. Lawrence Avenue in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood. The mixed-use development will feature five residential units above commercial space. The project’s listed owner is Bronzeville Corridor LLC.
Financing has been secured to complete the build out of the mixed-use redevelopment at 2032 N Clybourn Avenue in Lincoln Park. Located adjacent to future phases of Lincoln Yards which recently announced its next set of construction dates, the proposal will rehabilitate the existing Ludlow Typograph Building which was recently landmarked as well. Developer Annexation LLC purchased the structure for $15 million in 2021 and has been working with GREC Architects on its renovation.
Construction continues on the mixed-use development at 1954-1956 W North Avenue in the heart of Wicker Park. Located at the heart of the neighborhood on the six-corner intersection with N Damen Avenue, the historical preservation and redevelopment will revitalize the corner structure which has sat vacant for many years now. The team at Ernst Development is working with local architecture firm Hirsch MPG on its design, which aims to bring back some of the building’s original details after buying it in 2021.