The Chicago Housing Authority has advanced the first phase of the LeClaire Courts redevelopment at 4458 S Cicero Avenue in Garfield Ridge. Located on the intersection with W 45th Street, the new project replaces the massive vacant lot once home to a public housing project. Developed by The Habitat Company and Cabrera Capital Partners, the SCB-designed complex will sit next to the new Cultivate Collective community hub.
Renderings have been revealed for the mixed-use development at 1840 N Marcey Street in Lincoln Park. Located just west of N Clybourn Avenue across the river from Lincoln Yards, the proposal will replace a one-story commercial building bound by railroad tracks to the south. Developer Sterling Bay presented the SCB-designed to local neighbors at a community meeting earlier this week.
Construction is nearing completion on Madison + Carpenter, a six-story mixed-use building at 6 North Carpenter Street in West Loop. The project, led by ZSD Corp, comprises 13 condominium units atop ground-level retail. As seen from signage, Belmont Bank & Trust will occupy this commercial space.
The central core for Harper Court Phase II at 5201 S Harper Avenue in Hyde Park has reached its full height. Named “Hyde Park Labs,” this 13-story mixed-use development is a collaboration between The University of Chicago, Trammell Crow Company, and Beacon Capital Partners. It will span 302,000 square feet and focus its programming lab and office spaces for STEM-focused companies. It will also include 4,000 square feet of retail and a multitude of tenant amenites. A part of the $225 million building will be dedicated to The University of Chicago’s engineering and quantum research.
Excavation work has commenced on the 11-story mixed-use development located at 919 W Fulton Market. This progress accompanies a newly issued tower crane permit from this past week. The building, a collaborative effort between Fulton St. Companies and JDL, is poised to house 400,000 square feet of office and retail space. The construction will also provide prominent new street walls along Fulton Market and Sangamon on what was previously an empty half-block lot.