A full construction permit has been issued for 921 N Noble Street, part of the larger St. Boniface Redevelopment initiative in Noble Square. ZSD Corp and Stas Development are co-developing this four-story mixed-use structure, which will be located directly north of the St. Boniface church, originally constructed in 1904. While initial plans for 921 N Noble Street projected a two-story building and subsequent documents proposed a three-story development, the most recent architectural drawings and permit description have confirmed four stories.
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Foundation permits have officially been issued for 921 N Noble Street in Noble Square. These permits are tied to a larger adaptive reuse development located at the St. Boniface Church at 1358 W Chestnut Street in Noble Square.
Construction permits were issued this week for a new two-story retail building, located at 113 E Oak Street in Near North Side. The owner-occupied site is being developed under the name 113 E Oak Street LLC, and will be replacing a three-story white masonry building.
Steel construction has reached the third floor of 1404 W Monroe Street, a seven-story residential building in West Loop. Developed by JK Equities and marketed as 1400 Monroe, the condominium development will provide 42 condominium units, parking for 42 vehicles, and 22 reserved bike spaces.