The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a mixed-use development at 3914 N Lincoln Avenue in North Center. The wedge-shaped structure, bound by N Lincoln Avenue to the east and N Damen Avenue to the west, will replace an empty lot and three buildings on Damen Avenue, one of which is orange-rated. Developer Longford Construction partnered with SPACE Architects + Planners on the masonry clad building.
A permit was approved yesterday for a new two-story residential building at 1738 W 17th Street in the Lower West Side neighborhood. We previously reported on the neighboring property which is also owned by Cornel Contac. Both projects are planned to have three total dwelling units each with finished basements, rooftop decks, and enclosed stairs with rear porches. Per plans, the project will also feature a parking pad. The planned structure will replace an existing building.
Claiming the 14th place in the year-end countdown is the mixed-use development at 160 N Elizabeth Street in the West Loop. Located on the corner with W Randolph Street, it replaces two one-story masonry buildings with a Thomas Roszak Architecture designed high-rise developed by Moceri + Roszak. With the site now cleared, Clark Construction is now wrapping up caisson work as the structure recently received foundation permits.
A permit was issued yesterday for a new three-story residential building located at 3330 N Damen Avenue in the North Center neighborhood. The owner is listed as C&H Holdings LLC. The new construction is slated as a three-dwelling masonry building with a basement and a rear open deck with a connecting porch. Plans also indicate the presence of a detached three-car garage with its own roof deck. We previously reported on this property in October when a demolition permit was issued for the existing structure.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a new mixed-use development at 1245 W Fulton Market Street in the West Loop. Located on the southeast corner with N Elizabeth Street, the industrial-inspired high-rise comes to us from developer Sterling Bay and is designed by local firm Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture with a gridded steel facade taking cues from the meat-packing past of the district like many other surrounding buildings.