A new five-story apartment building in Lake View has received approval for four variances. 1801 W Grace LLC is the developer behind the proposed residential structure, which would yield 62 total units and come with a rooftop deck.
Initial permits, including foundation and superstructure, have been approved and issued for the development at 220 N Ada Street in Fulton Market. Located on the corner with W Fulton Street, the mixed-use development was originally proposed in 2021 under the address of 1353 W Fulton Street. The project is being led by Shapack Partners, CRG, and KMW Communities and received city approvals in 2022.
Further details have been revealed for the residential development at 1421 N Sedgwick Street in Old Town. Located just north of the intersection with W Schiller Street and across the street from the redeveloped Marshall Field Garden Apartments, the proposal would replace a vacant lot. Leading the project is Leo Razko of Razko Development with MC & Associates working on its design.
Final touches can be seen for the redevelopment of the Edith Spurlock Apartment complex in Lincoln Park. With the recent unveiling of “Sheffield of Lincoln Park,” a new six-story addition providing 80 family units, the complex now contains three total buildings. Sheffield of Lincoln Park sits between two existing buildings at 2640 and 2720 N. Sheffield, both of which were originally built in 1965. The CHA and PIRHL are behind the $150 million redevelopment.
Permits have been issued for the residential conversion of the Our Lady Lourdes School at 4641 N Ashland Avenue in Uptown. We initially covered plans for this late last year as the project became the second to be proposed at the church, sitting near the intersection with W Leland Avenue. The development is being led by Honore Properties with architecture firm Kennedy Mann working on its design.