Initial details have been revealed for the next phase of the Cabrini Green redevelopment at 1450 N Larrabee Street in Old Town. Located towards the western-most edge of the neighborhood, the large wedged-shaped lot is bordered by angled N Clybourn Avenue on the west side. The project is being pushed by the Chicago Housing Authority with a development group made up of Pennrose Properties, Hunt Companies, Imagine Group, and a Cabrini-Green resident group, with JGMA serving as the architect.
A renovation permit has been issued for a residential upgrade at 5411 N Campbell Avenue in the Budlong Woods neighborhood. The renovation plan, whose exact timeline has not been mentioned, involves converting the pre-existing six-unit residential structure into an eight-unit complex, in line with the Additional Dwelling Unit (ADU) program. Matthew Cremins is the owner of this project.
The Chicago City Council has approved a mixed-use development at 1870 N Milwaukee Avenue in Bucktown. Located on the southwestern most corner of the neighborhood just north of the intersection with N Oakley Avenue, the project will replace a vacant lot bound by CTA tracks in the rear. The team at Peerless Development is behind the proposal and is working with local design firm SPACE Architects + Planners on the low-rise.
Following the issuance of a full permit at the beginning of the year, construction equipment can now be seen at 633 S LaSalle Street in South Loop. Developed by The Collective, the 18-story residential building is slated to rise on the former grounds of a surface parking lot, introducing a co-living model across 117 apartment suites and 381 beds.
A construction permit is now approved for a residential project at 6502 S Maryland Avenue in the Woodlawn neighborhood. The development will consist of a three-story, three-unit residential masonry building, replacing a previously vacant space. Jack Properties LLC owns the project.