The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the commercial development at 756 E 111th Street in Pullman. Located on the corner with S Ellis Avenue just east of the Pullman National Historical Park, the new structure will replace a vacant lot surrounded by other new businesses like Culvers and Potbelly as well. Developer Cup O’ Joe Coffee LLC is working with Edafos Studio on the two-story structure which has seen some revisions since announced last year.
Renovation permits have been issued for the addition of a new floor to an existing greenhouse and support building at 10636 S Woodlawn Avenue in Pullman. The 48,600-square-foot one-story addition will be constructed alongside the existing 100,000-square-foot structure, creating even further capacity for their leafy green production.
Initial plans have been revealed for a commercial development near the Pullman National Monument in the far South Side. Located near the corners of E 111th Street and S Doty Avenue, the building will replace an empty lot and bring even more life to an area that recently had a hotel and grocery store proposed as well. The developers behind the project are Mark Doyle and Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives who are working with local architecture firm Edafos Studio on the design.
The Chicago Community Development Commission has approved financing for the residential development at 9633 S Cottage Grove Avenue in Pullman. Located north of the intersection with E 99th Street and surrounded by rail tracks, I-94, and Chicago State University, the project replaces a one-story commercial building near a heavily forested vacant lot. Part of the larger $1 billion in funding approved for affordable housing, developers Trinity United Church of Christ is working with Johnson and Lee Architects on the design of the multi-phase proposal.
Initial details have been revealed for two new developments near the recently opened Pullman National Monument in Pullman. While we do not know the formal address for each, the first will be a hotel located just north of the intersection of E 111th Street and S Doty Avenue, with the other being a grocery store at the corner of E 130th Street and S Eberhart Avenue. Both of these will be replacing empty lots and are led by different developers, bringing much needed services to the quickly growing area.