The first approval has been granted for the 18th & Peoria framework plan in Pilsen by the Chicago Plan Commission. Previously announced in March of this year, the 6.3-arce site has belonged to the city since 2022 after some failed attempts to be redeveloped. Now the city and the Chicago Department of Housing (DOH) are leading the masterplan efforts designed by AECOM with local firms UrbanWorks and Koo Architecture.
A construction permit has been issued for a new residential development at 2200 N Kildare Avenue in the Hermosa neighborhood. The proposed two-story, two-unit residence will include a basement, front stairs, a rear two-story deck with stairs, a wood fence, and a rear two-car frame garage. This development will take place on a site that was previously vacant. The project’s owner, as listed on the permit, is YKSB LLC.
span data-preserver-spaces=”true”>A new residential permit for 4861 N Hermitage Avenue in the city’s Uptown neighborhood has been approved. Under development by Padraic Connolly, the proposed four-story building will house eight residential units, replacing a single-family frame residence.
A construction permit has been approved for a multifamily residential project at 226 W 24th Street in Chinatown. The filing calls for a three-story masonry building with three dwelling units, a basement, and a rear metal porch system. There will also be three open parking spaces on the site. Led by owner James Calace, the new construction will replace a currently vacant lot.
New York-based developer, The Collective, has obtained a full permit for its 18-story residential project at 633 S LaSalle Street. This development, set to replace a previous surface parking lot, will introduce a co-living model to the South Loop neighborhood.