Tax incentives have been fully approved for the upcoming redevelopment of the Hoyt Building at 465 W Cermak Road in Chinatown. Sitting on the western edge of Chinatown along the southern branch of the Chicago River, the project has been in the works for a few years with multiple developers. Currently leading the development is Aurora-based Windfall Group, who are working with SPACE Architects + Planners on the design.
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Zoning has been approved for the mixed-use development at 1870 N Milwaukee Avenue in Bucktown. Located north of the intersection with N Oakley Avenue on the southern edge of the neighborhood, the approval was granted by the Zoning Board of Approvals last week. The project is being led by Peerless Development and designed by local firm SPACE Architects + Planners.
Foundation work continues for a new mixed-use building at 3914 N Lincoln Avenue in the North Center neighborhood. The project, situated on a 25,000-square-foot trapezoidal lot, will result in a five-story structure encompassing 97,773 square feet and include 68 residential units. Longford Construction is responsible for the development, with architectural design by SPACE Architects + Planners.
The Chicago City Council has approved the rezoning for mixed-use redevelopment of 167 N Racine Avenue in the West Loop. Sitting mid-block between W Randolph Street and W Lake Street, the project will add two floors to the existing structures with added residential. The proposal is being led by Marduk Management with SPACE Architects + Planners working on the design.
Excavation and initial foundation work is now underway for a mixed-use development at 3914 N Lincoln Avenue in the North Center neighborhood. Located on a 25,000 square-foot trapezoidal lot, the planned five-story building will span a total of 97,773 square feet and yield 68 residential units. Longford Construction is the developer while SPACE Architects + Planners is the architect. The 61-foot design is clad in limestone along the ground floor, red brick along the second to fourth floors, and dark metal paneling along the top floor. The top level is also set back from the street to allow for private outdoor terraces.