A construction permit has been granted for a mixed-use development at 1718 S Halsted Street in the northeast corner of Pilsen. The project, listed under the owner name 1700 Property LLC, will feature a four-story building with twelve residential units and ground-floor retail space. The parcel currently sits vacant with vegetation overgrowth.
A construction permit has been approved for a new residential development located at 1007 W Cullerton Street in Pilsen. The project will see the construction of a three-story building with two duplex units and a basement. Also noted in the filing was a private rooftop deck and a three-story open steel porch in the rear yard. This new building will occupy a previously vacant site owned by Sergio Garcia, who is also the acting general contractor.
A construction permit has been issued for a new residential development at 901 W Cullerton Street in Pilsen. Owned by Rudy Mendez, this development is set to transform the site into a three-story, two-unit residence…
The first approval has been granted for the 18th & Peoria framework plan in Pilsen by the Chicago Plan Commission. Previously announced in March of this year, the 6.3-arce site has belonged to the city since 2022 after some failed attempts to be redeveloped. Now the city and the Chicago Department of Housing (DOH) are leading the masterplan efforts designed by AECOM with local firms UrbanWorks and Koo Architecture.
Final exterior construction can be seen at the site of the mixed-use 1606 S Ashland Avenue in Pilsen, where the developer 1600 Pilsen LLC has built 24 new rental units and 4,675 square feet of retail. The four-story, roughly 50,000-square-foot structure will replace a former masonry low-rise building, and is located across the street from the high-profile residential conversion of 1600 S Laflin Street, which was recently approved by city council.