Remaining brickwork is currently underway for Wrigleyville Lofts, located at 949 W Dakin Street in Lake View. Developed by Draper & Kramer, the seven-story mixed-use project will house 13,000 square feet of retail, partitioned into four available units ranging from 1,400 to 2,500 square feet. The fifth and largest unit will be a nearly 6,000-square-foot Ace Hardware, which previously occupied the one-story building located on the property.
Demolition permits were issued this past week for three-story masonry residence and a detached frame garage, located at 2820 N Rockwell Street in the Avondale neighborhood. The owner is listed under 2820 N Rockwell LLC, whose plans have not been revealed. The property’s zoning designation of RT-4 permits two-flats, townhomes, low-density apartment buildings, and single-family homes. RT-4 also permits a floor area ratio of 1.2, in which any new construction may have up to 1.2 times the square footage of the containing lot. It is not clear whether the owner will seek a zoning change.
Renderings have been revealed for a proposed residential development at 2046 W Irving Park Road in North Center. Fronting W Irving Park Road, the midblock site is located between N Hoyne Avenue and N Lincoln Avenue. The property is currently occupied by a vacant two-unit apartment residence. Campbell Street Asset Management is the developer behind the proposal.
Demolition permits have been issued for a three-story frame residence located at 3243 N Lakewood Avenue near the center of Lake View. The owner has been filed under 3243 N Lakewood LLC. Plans for the replacement have not been announced, although the property is currently zoned for RT-3.5 Residential Two-Flat, Townhouse, and Multi-Unit District. This designation allows for two-flats, townhouses, low-density apartment buildings, and single family homes. RT-3.5 also permits a floor area ratio of 1.05, whereby any new building may have five percent more square footage than the area of the lot itself.
Last week, One Chicago celebrated the topping out of its taller east tower, marking a key milestone in JDL‘s River North megadevelopment. Spanning 2.2 million square feet, the mixed-use project comprises of two glassy residential towers atop a central podium. The shorter west tower rises 49 stories and 574 feet, while its eastern neighbor stretches 76 stories and 971 feet in height.