An official groundbreaking has been held for the mixed-use development at 1959 W Lake Street in the Near West Side. Located on the intersection with N Damen Avenue adjacent to the CTA tracks and upcoming Damen Green Line station, the project dubbed Westhaven Park IID is the final phase of the greater Westhaven Park development near the United Center. Developers Brinshore Development, The Michaels Organization, and the Chicago Housing Authority worked with local firm Landon Bone Baker on its design.
A demolition permit has been approved for a two-story masonry multi-unit building and a detached frame garage at 1218 W Cornelia Avenue in Lake View. The structure is a pale masonry residential building, whose owner is 1218 W Cornelia LLC and whose planned replacement currently remains unknown.
South Loop is poised for another step in its southward density push following City Council approval of a new two-building affordable residential development.
A construction permit has been issued for a new residential development at 4228 S Langley Avenue in Bronzeville. The project entails a three-story, three-unit masonry building. The building’s design incorporates open rear steel decks, an egress stair, a concrete patio, and a three-vehicle private masonry garage. The project will occupy what was previously an empty lot, with ownership under Jack Properties LLC.
A permit has been issued for a three-story residential development at 333 W Garfield Boulevard in Englewood. Replacing an empty parcel, this new project is being developed by Cedric Whitten and is expected to yield three new units.