Updated details have been revealed for the first phase of the Halsted Point development at 901 N Halsted Street on Goose Island. Replacing the long-standing Greyhound Bus facility which is being demolished on the southern end of the island, the new multi-tower project will sit near the upcoming permanent casino just two-blocks to the south. Canadian-based Onni Group is behind the proposal with local firms Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture and Hitchcock Design Group on the team.
The residential project at 120 N Willard Court in West Loop known as “120 Willard”, is steadily approaching completion. Developed by PLD Custom Homes, the five-story residential development will provide seven housing units. The developer is replacing a former 1800’s-era single-family brick residence. As can be seen in photos, the final touches to the metal accents and inset balconies are currently underway.
The Chicago City Council has approved the residential development at 2300 W Ainslie Street in North Center. Located near the intersection with N Claremont Avenue and encompassing the whole of the St. Matthias rectory, the proposal has gone through several iterations and options due to neighbors complaining about an increase in density. Now CKG Realty Group can move forward with their revised plan for redeveloping the site.
A construction permit has been issued for a new residential development at 6319 S Champlain Avenue in Woodlawn. The project will feature a two-story building with two dwelling units, replacing a vacant plot. The owner of the project is Champlain Rhodes, LLC.
The Chicago City Council has approved two mixed-use developments at 1235 N Ashland Avenue and 1301 N Ashland Avenue in Wicker Park. Located on two separate lots just north of the intersection with N Milwaukee Avenue and across the street from Wicker Park Commons, both of the proposals will replace five-existing buildings in total dating back to the late 1800s. Grand Properties Acquisitions, LLC is behind both with local firm Hanna Architects working on their design.