Further details have been revealed for the residential development at 1805 N Campbell Avenue in Logan Square. Located on the northeast corner with W Bloomingdale Avenue on the southern boundary of the neighborhood, the project will replace a two-story home and its yards. The effort is being led by developer CKG Realty Group who is working with an undisclosed architecture firm.
Initial details have been revealed for a mixed-use development at 3202 N Racine Avenue in Lake View. Located on the northwest corner with W Belmont Avenue, the project will replace a BP gas station on the prominent intersection. The proposal is being led by developer Exemplary Builders who are working with Vari Architects on its design.
A zoning application has been submitted for the mixed-use development at 5035 N Lincoln Avenue in Lincoln Square. Sitting on the corner with W Winnemac Avenue, the project consists of a new structure replacing an empty construction site and the completion of two stalled buildings. The development is being led by Vu Trieu of North Shore Development Group and designed by Hanna Architects.
With site mobilization now in progress, 400 N Lake Shore Drive ranks as Chicago’s tallest construction project in 2023. This phase, while preliminary, marks the resumption of construction activities on a site that lay dormant after the abandonment of the previously planned 2,000-foot Chicago Spire. Now under development by Related Midwest, the Streeterville property is being transformed into two residential towers.
Taking the second place in our 2023 countdown is the residential tower at 1000 S Michigan in the South Loop. Years in the making, 1000M as it is known, was originally proposed as a much taller stepped box design which was refined and shortened prior to its groundbreaking. The project is being developed by Time Equities, Inc., JK Equities, and Oak Capital, with Jahn/ Architecture working on the design.