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3322 N Halsted Street

Permit Issued for 3322 N Halsted Street in Lakeview East

A permit has been issued for the construction of a four-story, mixed-use building in Lakeview East. This new development, situated at 3322 N Halsted Street, will replace an existing two-story brick building. Spearheaded by Brad Gold and constructed by Kiferbaum Development LLC, the project will include ground-floor retail space, seven residential units, two outdoor parking spots, and five bike spaces.

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Residential Development Approved Across From Wrigley Field

The Chicago City Council has approved the residential development at 1040 W Waveland Avenue in Wrigleyville. Located just west of the intersection with N Sheffield Avenue and directly north from the namesake Wrigley Field, the new structure will replace an existing three-story residential building erected in 1910. Local developer Glascott Associates proposed the project mid-last year with edits made in the fall prior to applying for rezoning. SPACE Architects + Planners is working on its design.

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New Permits Issued For Residential Conversion Of St. Boniface Church In West Town

New permits have been issued for the residential conversion of the St. Boniface church at 1356 W Chestnut Street in West Town. Located on the northeast corner with N Noble Street, the long-standing church will finally see work begin on its units after multiple years of setbacks which involved the preservation of some interior elements previously set to be removed. Developer ZSD Corp is leading the project and working with SPACE Architects + Planners on this first phase of work.

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New Permits Issued For Mixed-Use Development At 1948 N Halsted Street In Ranch Triangle

New permits have been approved for a mixed-use development at 1948 N Halsted Street in Ranch Triangle. Located just south of the intersection with W Armitage Avenue, adjacent to Summer House Santa Monica, the new structure will replace a one-story commercial building and its adjoining parking lot. Developer Mike Krueger introduced the proposal last year which is designed by local firm SPACE Architects + Planners.

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