Demolition permits have now been issued for a three-story masonry church at 4447 N Hazel Street in Uptown, clearing the way for a five-story residential development. Longford Construction, the developer of the project, has planned 32 total residences, ranging from studios up to two-bedroom units. Of the units, three will be affordable under the Affordable Requirement Ordinance. The development will also include 16 parking spaces in an integrated garage, as well as 32 bike spaces.
Construction is now complete for ZSD Corp‘s residential condominium development known as Peoria Green in West Loop. The six-story structure sits on an asymmetrically-shaped plot, and comprises of two separate wings. The east wing, addressed as 128 S Green Street, houses a total of 12 four-bedroom units, while the west wing at 123 S Peoria Street houses five larger five-bedroom units.
Construction permits have been issued for a new four-story residential development at Old Town‘s 1526 N Wieland Street. The filing owner, listed under Development Group, LLC – Old Town Branch, has planned eight integrated units, an elevator, a rooftop deck with a stair/elevator enclosure, a front balcony on the first floor, a rear balcony on the second and third floors, and an eight-car garage with a partial rooftop deck.
Cladding has begun for a five-story condominium building known at 15 N Elizabeth Street in West Loop. The joint venture known as 15 N Elizabeth LLC, comprised of Ranquist Development Group, Jodi Development, and Campbell Coyle, has planned seven total residences ranging from two-bedroom to five-bedroom units. The smaller layouts begin just under $800,000, while the larger four- and five-bedroom penthouses have been listed at just under $2 million.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 6227 S St Lawrence Avenue in West Woodlawn. Filed under the owner Damarcus Allen, the new development will feature three total units and three parking spaces in the rear. The new development will replace a formerly empty lot.