The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the mixed-use development at 1234 W Randolph Street in Fulton Market. Located along the busy corridor just east of the intersection with N Elizabeth Street, the upcoming high-rise has gone through various changes to its podium after presenting in front of the Committee on Design late last year. Now developers Azur Holdings and Golub & Company are moving forward with the latest iteration of the SCB-designed project, which was originally pitched as a hotel replacing the two small commercial structures on site.
Construction permits have been issued for a new residential development at 6556 S Minerva Avenue in Woodlawn. The planned building will be a four-story masonry structure with nine dwelling units. The owner, Kingston DTA Group LLC, will replace a vacant lot that previously occupied the site.
Updated details have been revealed for the mixed-use development at 4500-4556 S State Street in Grand Boulevard. Located between W 45th Street and W 46th Street, the multi-phase project will replace a vacant lot just north of the Colman School CPS offices and on the former site of the Robert Taylor Homes. Being developed by the Chicago Department of Housing (DOH) itself, the proposal has gone through a handful of revisions prior to their zoning application for the Brook Architecture-designed buildings.
New plans have been announced for the mixed-use development at 800 W Lake Street in Fulton Market. Located on the corner with N Halsted Street, the proposed high-rise will replace a now vacant lot that previously held a strip of small commercial buildings including a corner bar. Now after a few years of delay and a sell off, a new team made up of Ascend Real Estate and Intercontinental Real Estate Group has returned with an updated program for the GREC Architects-designed tower according to their recent zoning application.
Renovation permits have been issued for a residential project at 2852 W Polk Street in the East Garfield Park. South Side Realty LLC, the property owner, plans to revamp the existing two-story masonry building, which currently contains two dwelling units. The renovation will maintain the R-5 residential use and occupancy, and the project includes replacing the rear porch. Architectronic Solutions is responsible for the design of the interior renovation.