Details have been revealed for the residential development at 1700 S Wabash Avenue in the Near South Side. Located just north of the intersection with E 18th Street and bound by CTA tracks to the west, the slim proposal will replace a vacant lot near the lakefront. The team at CMK Development is behind the project and are no strangers to the area with multiple South Loop properties, they’re joined by Pappageorge Haymes Partners as the designer.
Developer Red Van Construction has received a permit for a residential project at 4242 S Champlain Avenue in Grand Boulevard. The development plan includes a two-story townhouse with two individual units, a pair of wooden decks, and a garage at the rear of the plot. Currently, the site is home to a vacant grass patch of land.
The Chicago City Council has approved the latest plans for 1300 W Carroll Avenue in the West Loop. Located on the corner with N Elizabeth Street just north of the upcoming 225 N Elizabeth in the westward expanding skyline, it replaces the now vacant site which was the former home of the ADM Wheat Mill Silos. While the multi-phase project was originally proposed in 2021 and having gone through a handful of design changes since, developer Sterling Bay has received its final approval for the SOM-designed structure prior to permits.
An alteration and renovation permit has been approved for an existing property at 2619 N Kimball Avenue in the Logan Square neighborhood. The project will convert the four-unit residential apartment building into a five-unit building, with an additional dwelling unit in the front basement. The project’s owner is David Payne.
Approval has been granted for a construction permit for a residential development at 3947 W Dakin Street in Irving Park. The project, owned by Kiferbaum Development LLC, is set to replace a single-family house.