The Belden-Stratford, a historic Beaux-Arts building overlooking Chicago’s Lincoln Park Conservatory, has opened its doors to residents following a restoration and complete renovation. Built in 1923, the building initially functioned as a residential hotel before fully transitioning to rental apartments.
Renovation work has completed for the Lake Meadows Pavilion at 467 E 31st Street in Bronzeville. The newly-modernized building, owned and originally built by Draper & Kramer, has evolved from its initial role as the Lake Meadows Professional Building to what will now be open office layout.
A renovation permit has been granted for a residential building at 6055 S Peoria Street in Englewood. The project, owned by 6055 S. Peoria LLC, will involve the repair and renovation of an existing three-story, 12-unit structure.
The City of Chicago has issued a renovation permit for 41 E Oak Street in Streeterville. The project will involve changes to the exterior of the existing two-story commercial building, as well as major alterations to the interior mercantile space. The overhaul will also involve both new roof and floor replacements to cater to the new interior layout.
The Sears department store at 4712 W Irving Park Road in Portage Park continues to undergo a significant transformation, as the $90 million, six-story mixed-use redevelopment project takes shape. Led by Novak Construction as both developer and general contractor, the project will offer 50,000 square feet of retail space and 206 residential units. According to a February article by Block Club Chicago, Target will be the anchor tenant for the retail component.