Initial plans have been revealed for a new mixed-use development at 1300 W Carroll Avenue in the West Loop. The site on the northwest corner with N Elizabeth Street was once home to the ADM flour mill which developer Sterling Bay recently demolished after acquiring it for $25 million in 2020. Working with designers SOM, the new design is an update from the conceptual placeholder we had seen previously as a part of the 1200 W Carroll development, and is nearby other major projects such as 400 N Elizabeth and the recently started 160 N Elizabeth.
Metal paneling can now be seen enveloping four-story residential building at 2401 S State Street. Developed by City Pads, the Near South Side development sits caddy-corner from the Southbridge megadevelopment, where it will add an additional 19 units. These residences will be accompanied by 10 off-street parking spaces and 33 bike slots.
New details and renderings have been revealed for a residential development at 1010 W Madison Street in the West Loop. Located on the northwest corner of the intersection with N Morgan Street, the project dubbed ‘Momad’ is being designed by local firm SCB and will bring condos to a rental dominated market. Replacing a vacant parking lot, developer Fulton Street Companies continues to expand in the neighborhood with other notable projects including 1045 W Fulton, 1201 W Fulton, and an undisclosed 430-unit project at 1325 W Randolph Street.
Both core and structural work continue to rise at 354 N Union Avenue in Fulton River District, where Onni Development Group has planned a 33-story residential tower. This 410-foot-tall edifice will yield 373 total rental units, with offerings ranging from 400-square-foot studios up to 1,600-square-foot three-bedroom units.
The Evanston City Council has approved a new mixed-use development at 1012 Chicago Avenue in Evanston. Developer MCZ Development partnered up with local design firm 2R/Z Architecture on the building that will be replacing a car dealership on what was once known as Evanston’s motor row. The Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is bound by Chicago Avenue to the east and rail tracks to the west with various transit options at the doorstep of future residents.